Release Date: April 14
Buried secrets never stay hidden in the South.
When you find out that your fiancé is arrested for swindling over ten million dollars from his clients, you do what any sane woman would do. You escape reality and go undercover, trading in your city-girl Louboutin’s for country-pumpkin cowboy boots.
It wasn’t a forever change—it was temporary. I only had to stay here until things back home got straightened out, or so I thought.
I was riding horses before I was walking, or at least that was what they told me. I always knew I would take over the family farm. It’s in my blood.
Country boy at heart, the minute I saw her dragging her luggage up the gravel driveway I knew she was out of my league.
I shouldn’t have started anything with her, because I knew she was just passing through.
I couldn’t stop it, I fell in love with her. Even though I knew, in the end, she would leave me.
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Review by Nancy
Olivia has been horribly wronged and someone is after her. She retreats to a small, southern town with her best friend, Kallie. (From book 1 in the series) Olivia is hiding out at Casey’s house. Casey is a cowboy at heart. He was big on the rodeo circuit, but he left to expand his family’s horse farming business. Olivia is being hunted and Casey is keeping her safe, but danger lurks around every fence post, it seems. When Casey takes Olivia to the big city for a work conference, she finds out more about the man than she thought she knew. Will they fall for each other before Olivia gets hurt? Will Casey open his heart to her? This was a sweet story with a little bit of a romantic suspense twist. I’d fall for Casey any day and you will, too! Southern Comfort gets 4 super stars!
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When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…
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