The only person Misty Summers can rely on is herself, and she takes the responsibility seriously. Until, in a moment of weakness, a muscular bull rider and a few beers on a hot Texas night lands her in the exact situation she’s determined to avoid. Pregnant and broke, she seeks solace in her hometown of Crystal Cove, Florida, hoping a return to the last place she remembers happiness is a good place to start over.
Bronson McCabe, owner of the 4M ranch, is in a bind. The annual workers’ appreciation picnic is fast approaching, and his longtime cook eloped with a woman he met on the internet. Considering there’s not a soul on the ranch who can boil water without ruining the pot, Bronson’s hot on the trail of a substitute chef. When Misty shows up on his doorstep asking for a favor, he’s stunned to see the awkward girl he remembers is now a sexy, confident woman. He agrees to her request, but only if she’ll handle catering the picnic.
Start with a man jaded by a past filled with hurt and betrayal, add in a woman with a secret that could keep them apart forever, sprinkle in a bunch of nosy townspeople intent on your happiness, and you’ve got the ingredients for a Summer Heat...
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Loved this book. Ms. Fisk captures a love so expected.
Once Bronson McCabe saw Misty he knew he was in trouble. It was horrible he had to tell her the bad news about her grandmother.
Misty was mad at herself for not coming sooner to Crystal Cove. Well she was bound and determined to start fresh.
What Misty didn't expect was Bronson. When she needed help he did, but he wanted her's as well.
It got really interesting and things bloomed from there.
Must buy. See what happens in
The small town and between them.
It was ok, but not anything special. Horrible job of editing.