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His son and daughter—
They are her family, too
Christina Braswell would do anything for her divorced best friend’s kids, including help their father. Park ranger and sudden single dad Brett Hendrix inspires trust and has everyone’s back. But Christina’s torn between loyalty and a deepening attachment to the handsome Sweetwater, Tennessee, lawman. Brett’s not making it any easier—Christina’s finally feeling as if she belongs somewhere.
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This is the first book of a new series set at a park near the Great Smoky Mountains. There will be firefighters, park rangers, grumpy heroes, smooth heroines, a library cat, and a few interesting animals along the way. Ready to try the first one? Here’s some more info on Smoky Mountain Sweethearts.
Smoky Mountain Sweethearts by Cheryl Harper
Sam Blackburn excels at fighting fire with fire in Tennessee, whether it’s putting out deadly forest blazes or rescuing his old friend, widow Avery Montague, who’s lost her nerve on a steep mountain cliff. What happened to the daring, adventure-loving teenager who wasn’t afraid of anything? As kids, Avery was always pushing Sam to be brave, to be better, so he’s ready to return the favor. Except he’s up for his dream job in Colorado as a hotshot smoke jumper, and he can’t be in two places at once. His future is fraught with risk, but what’s the point of living if you don’t take chances? He just wants Avery to find the courage to go after what she wants, and he’s hoping it’s him…
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This one’s where it all began, the first story where I really thought I might be able to do the publishing thing. It’s the first story set in Baxter, Louisiana. Plus One Basset Hound is the second story there.
Baxter the Badger seriously needs a makeover. After fumbling a paint can on the way to address the high school mascot’s leer, Mischance Missy meets the one man in town she’d like to notice her for something other than disaster, her brother’s best friend and her high school crush.
The town threw a parade the last time Joe Summerville came home. Now, after ending his career in a crash with nearly fatal consequences, he’s afraid to cross Main Street without a human shield. Sober and anxious to help his dad any way he can, Joe’s sure only one thing can save him: coaching winning games.
Missy and Joe are about to learn that sometimes disaster can lead to love.