Tyler McCade is the youngest McCade brother in Salt Fork, Texas, and the biggest heartbreaker of them all. Or he was - until a plane crash wrecked his body and sent his crop-dusting company into a tailspin. Needing time to heal and form a new business plan, he retreats to the Diamondback Ranch, where he spends too much time alone tormented by the possibility that the accident might have been his fault.
Caitlyn Ross lives to fly planes. Accepting the job as pilot for Lone Star Wings seems like a dream come true. But when she packs up everything she owns and finds herself working for the brooding Tyler McCade, her defenses go on high alert. The sexual tension sizzles, but does she have what it takes to help him heal? And is she even brave enough to try?
©2012 Anne Marie Novark (P)2013 Anne Marie Novark
I am a 49 year old, mother of 2, grandmother of 4 who has just decided to peel back my good girl, and let me bad girl out to play. I've been married for 26 years. It time to explore my inner bad girl. I just hope my husband can handle it.
Yes, I really like this story and the characters.
Caitlyn Ross, because she knew what she wanted and wasn't going to let anyone stop her from getting it.
Yes, the other books in this series. They were all very good and easy to listen to
Love can make you fly higher then a plan
Still waiting on Tori McCade's story. I hope that I don't have to wait very long!!
The story continues this time with Tyler McCade, the youngest McCade brother and the biggest heartbreaker of them all. In the last book he was involved in a plane crash with his now sister-in-law and his niece. Now, he is recouping at the Diamondback Ranch. In comes Caitlyn Ross who has accepted a job as pilot working for the brooding Tyler McCade. This was another good book by Anne Marie Novark.
No. The narration made this story worse. Empathis was off throughout the whole story, and especially in the dialogues.
I went for what I hoped was a light story, but got a flat one instead. I really have nothing good to say about it, it was just plain bad.
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