Sometimes fate deals an unexpected hand.
When Alice Graham returns to look at the for-sale property at the base of the Smoky Mountains in Greenbrier, Tennessee, it was absolutely not because of that recurring dream of the cowboy she’d seen high on the ridge top in the winter. She certainly never expected to see him again, despite the peculiar flash of attraction she felt between them. To her surprise, one month after buying the rural property, Alice discovers that the odd attraction between them definitely still sizzles.
However, it seemed unlikely that anything would come of these romantic feelings. Alice is trying to make a home for her and the six Stuart siblings she agreed to foster. Six kids are enough to scare off any man right away—especially confirmed bachelor Harrison Ramsey and the unsolved mysteries and unpleasant rumors floating around about his past. However, fate soon has Harrison mixing in with Alice’s, and the children’s, lives.
Harrison Ramsey and his nearby riding stable prove to be a natural draw for the kids, and he soon finds himself entwined with the Stuart children and Alice. Despite numerous accidents, upsets, and ongoing misunderstandings, events play out in a heartwarming, romantic story of the creation of a new family—the perfect read for women looking for PG-rated, contemporary romance novels with a strong sense of place and dynamic characters.
|Publisher:||Canterbury House Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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I liked the book it was very well written and there were alot of interesting emotions and feelings being written about.
A heartwarming story of a social worker who takes in six children after their parents are killed. Alice Graham wanted to find them homes but no one wanted to take on six children. Alice didn't want to split the family up so she took in all six children herself. She found the perfect home for them in a small town in the Smoky Mountains. The house is big enough so each child can have their own bedroom and the acreage is big enough for the children to run and play. Alice is not looking for love but finds it in her neighbor Harrison Ramsey. Harrison is not looking for love either as he has been stood up twice but he finds it in Alice and the children. I highly recommend this wonderful book.