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An eight-second ride only feels like forever. True forever? That feels like home.
Alyssa Morgan could have buckled when Hunter left for the rodeo, taking her heart with him. And she could have withered when her grandfather died and left her alone. Instead, she has made a beautiful life for herself in Pine Creek. Right next door to Hunter’s family. Which was fine, since he was never coming back.
Hunter Carlson isn’t ready to say goodbye to the professional rodeo circuit. But when the doctor warns him that another concussion could leave him permanently injured—or worse—he is left with no choice but to head back to Pine Creek. Working on the family ranch isn’t as exciting as a bucking bull, but it should pay the bills.
Alyssa is speechless when Hunter comes back to town. Pine Creek isn’t exactly bustling, and any of Alyssa’s attempts to avoid Hunter are hopeless. She’s on the ranch as much as he is and there’s a big problem...
She expected to hate him…Not for the feelings to come rushing back after all these years.
Laurie was widowed when her husband Bruce died of a heart attack unexpectedly. With a mountain of debt to pay off, Laurie has had a lot on her mind for a long time – and none of it is about realizing her own dreams. Finally, with Dean – her lawyer friend – to help, she manages to settle it and she is ready to embark on a new part of her life. Maybe she can finally open the spa resort she always wanted.
Her three adult children are very reluctant at first, but they slowly come around to her way of thinking. Laurie, with the help of her best friend, manages to purchase the resort she has had her eye on – a beautiful seaside spa-resort on Gasparilla Island. She has a lot of work ahead – the resort is run-down and a lot needs to be repaired – but life has another surprise for her.
One of the guests – William – is rather stunning, and he seems to like her. With William at her side, Laurie embarks on a new adventure, along with her three adult children, who are having adventures of their own. Amidst plenty of laughter and tears, the four of them bond and, when Donna finds a mysterious secret in one of the rooms at the resort, all of them are swept up in solving it and the answer leads them to what they are already learning – what matters most in life.
September ~ With the prized assistant editor position up for grabs, I’m ready to do whatever it takes to get a promotion. That includes writing the best article ever—a how-to piece on renewing wedding vows on a budget. My only problem? I’m missing the husband my boss wants me to bring along for research.
Tristan ~ I swore off all romantic relationships years ago, a fact that should have stopped me from volunteering to help September. There’s no rhyme or reason why I should care about her success—especially when we’re hardly friends—except that I can’t seem to get her off my mind.
September ~ I’m shocked but relieved when my annoyingly handsome coworker offers to be my fake husband. Tristan’s attitude is as pleasant as the stomach flu, but at least I don’t have to guess where he stands, unlike my long distance boyfriend’s commitment level. This ruse might not be so hard to pull off, assuming we don’t drive each other crazy first.
Tristan ~ Pretending to be married for a week should be a piece of cake, but nothing about this arrangement is as sweet or as simple, especially when it involves feeding each other cake. Between my fake wife’s annoyingly cheery personality and the intimate demands of this assignment, I’ve got a bad case of cold feet. But when the sparks between us become a little too real, it’s time for me to decide: do I bail or let her in? For better or worse, my heart may never be the same again.