In a decade defined by Flower Power, social unrest, and the Vietnam War, two unlikely lovers form an everlasting love. This is the story of the Grant brothers' parents.
Daisy will do anything to save her brother from the war, so she devises a plan to smuggle him into Canada. Everything's groovy until their VW bus breaks down, leaving them stranded. As if things couldn't any worse, they find themselves at the business end of a shotgun, and the cowboy pointing it is the sexiest man she's ever seen. She can't stop staring at his washboard abs and ripped chest.
Greg is stunned by the hippie girl's curvy body, flowing golden hair, and bright blue eyes. As much as he wants to kick her off his property, he can't. With his brothers off fighting in Nam, they need a few extra hands around the ranch. As long as his old man doesn't find out he's harboring a draft dodger, everything will be copacetic. But as the summer of '69 heats up, Greg must find a way to convince his fated mate that she belongs in his arms forever.
©2016 Liv Brywood (P)2016 Liv Brywood
I loved the book. I was born in the 60's. And to hear the language from back then took me back. I had never listened to an audible book before. It was great. The narrator Beth Roeg did a great job with all of the characters.
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