About the Book:
There she is surprised to discover a yearning to sink roots deep in the Texas Hill Country—but she is terrified that the secrets she's hiding will endanger everyone she's come to love.
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Home, Hearth, and Sweet Cobbler
When Scarlett runs to Sweetwater to find the grandmother she never knew existed, she found more than she bargained for when she left the lights and troubles of New York in the rearview mirror. Ian is not looking to find love but when he finds a crazy woman asleep in her car, he dusts off his Texas roots to help her change a flat tire. He never thought that a simple breakfast invitation to a tired and weary woman would lead to him finding the love of his life.
It was a bit irritating when Scarlett couldn’t make up her mind if she was going to stay or move on. It is easy to say that if I were in her position, it would be an easy choice to make despite what may come in the near future. I found myself laughing at the antics of her grandmother, Ruby, and her septuagenarian booty call. I bet she was a blast to write. After all is said and done, I would read this story again, even if it meant that I would be slicing up my lonely romantic heart into tiny bite sized pieces. The layered love stories made it just the right amount of sweet and the sex scenes were the needed spice that made this a great read. Brava!