Candace Carmichael was just getting used to the lavish life when everything went sour. Now the down-on-her-luck real estate agent is back in Bigler, North Carolina, jobless and illegally rooming with her mother in a swank retirement community. All this makes her wonder why she ever considered her BFF Cheri's invitation to move back home.
Life in this small mountain town may not be as glamorous as the one she had in Tampa, but she knows a girl can't be too choosy in this market. Besides, everyone's happy to welcome Candy back - especially one handsome widower named Turner....
Turner has grown up to be one fine-looking piece of man candy - and looks even tastier in his sheriff's uniform. Maybe that's why she couldn't resist kissing him when he pulled her over for a traffic violation. Even if a relationship was part of Candy's business plan, Turner would be off-limits - he still wears his wedding ring, four years after his wife died.
If falling in love too fast is a crime, Candy is soon guilty as charged and ready to be fingerprinted. But is she ready to lock away her dreams and hand Turner the keys to her heart?
©2012 Susan Donovan (P)2012 Tantor
"Take a sexy cop, a blonde with a talent for making the best cakes in the country, a possible stalker and a small town with enough crackpots to populate a good-sized mental hospital; mix them all together and you've got a funny, sizzling romantic adventure that [fans] are going to love." (Romantic Times)
Favorite author of all time: Jane Austen Also: Jojo Moyes, Favorite romance novel: The Wolf and the Dove. Still luv that Wulfgar!
If you want explicit sex narrations, maybe.
Not run over the path the characters follow to get to the sex scenes. The path IS the enjoyable part for the readers.
sorry no. I did not care for the book at all.
I loved Susan Donovan in her earlier books but this was pretty boring. I felt obligated to finish it but couldn't wait to get it over with. Just kind of boring. Not much fun.
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