Celebrate summer with these wonderfully romantic tales that are ideally suited for the friendly season.
Book 1 -
Patricia Coughlin: “Easy Come.”
Buttoned-down Merrill Winters sweat bullets in her tailored suit as a transit strike threatened to turn her refreshing Jamaican vacation into a hot, grubby weekend of airport hell. Fueling her frustration - and steaming up her spectacles - was cooly sexy Winston Deverell, who seemed to have an itinerary all his own: fanning the Fahrenheit by unlacing straightlaced Merrill!
Book 2 -
Diana Palmer: “Miss Greenhorn.”
When Christy Haley joined an archaeological dig in Arizona, her most fascinating find was an irascible yet irresistible ranch owner. The last thing Nate Lang thought he needed was an Eastern greenhorn who didn't know a cactus from a cornstalk. But she'd already unearthed his passion . . . and discovered her rugged Westerner was a greenhorn himself – at love.
Book 3 -
Sherryl Woods: “A Bridge to Dreams.”
There's no place like home. At least, that's what San Francisco paralegal Karyn Chambers kept telling herself when her first vacation in years was ruined. Then she met dangerously handsome auto racer Brad Willis, who proved to her that happiness - and love - are often found in your own backyard!
Books listed alphabetically by author.