A Country Roads Novel
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"Funny, sassy, and sexy. Reading Shannon Richard is pure pleasure!"-- Jill Shalvis, New York Times bestselling author
"Richard's populates her appealing small town with quirky secondary characters, a feisty heroine and a hero to sigh for."--Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
"HOT! Richard's tempting second addition to her Country Roads series puts a clever spin on the small-town romance trope with great effect. The chemistry between her main characters is indisputable...a heartwarming story with clever twists that will please Richard's fans and win her new devotees." --RT Book Reviews on Undeniable
One long, hot summer would never be enough . . .
Attorney Hannah Sterling lives a life she's worked hard for. So when she unexpectedly inherits an inn, Hannah decides to take that long overdue holiday and settle her eccentric grandmother's estate. She knew there would be challenges, but what's hardest about returning to Mirabelle, Florida, is facing the man who gave her the most passionate summer of her life-and then broke her heart.
Nathanial Shepherd never forgot the redheaded goddess who lit up his world and got away. Now that she's home, Shep vows to make up for their years apart-and if the fire in her kiss is any indication, they're well on their way. But when a devastating secret from their past threatens their future, Shep must fight to heal Hannah's heart. Because this time, their love will truly be unforgettable . . .
Couldn’t Put it Down!`
This author never disappoints. The long awaited story of Shep has been told! We finally get to meet the girl who walked away from our favorite bartender… only now she is walking back into his life. The will they or won’t they doesn’t tease us for too long, but soon we see the depth of angst that threatens to tear these two soulmates apart. I couldn’t help but laugh at some of Shep’s antics while my heart went out for the pain Hannah has been through. But true love can mend al things, even a divide that is 13 years old.