A Madison Ridge: Homecoming Novel
A Steamy, Small Town, Grumpy Sunshine Romance
He’s the grumpy, broody, sheriff who knows how to use handcuffs.
She’s the sunshine, hot mess express wrecking havoc in his town and his life.
Sharing his bed with her wasn’t part of the plan…
Aidan Reynolds’ life is simple. Orderly. Just the way he likes it.
As interim sheriff with a woefully understaffed force, he doesn’t have time for Megan Gentry, the beautiful, big city stranger who just caused a traffic jam in the town square.
He’s just doing his job making sure her car gets towed. It’s the right thing to do, escorting an injured woman to the town doc.
He’s just being a decent guy by offering her a temporary place to stay. His mama raised him right, after all.
Besides, he can keep his hands to himself.
How does a man pass up his favorite pie made from scratch, even if she destroys his kitchen? Or resist unexpected, mind blowing kisses in the dark?
With Megan, he’s breaking all his rules, consequences be damned.
She believes in love and he gave up on that emotion a long time ago.
When it’s her time to leave Madison Ridge, he’ll watch her drive away.
Even if it wrecks his heart in the process.
Author's Note: A steamy opposites attract, small town romance with a charmingly messy heroine, broody, protective hero, and a new perspective on caramel syrup.
The Madison Ridge: Homecoming Series
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All I need is a yes.
I’m organizing New York’s biggest charity event of the year. But when the keynote speaker drops out, the success of my business hangs in the balance.
There’s one man who can help me. And no, I’m not above flying to the middle of nowhere to plead with the baseball legend in hiding.
All I need is a yes.
I didn’t expect his hostility. I didn’t expect a hurricane to trap me alone with him. And I didn’t expect to find that he still owns my heart after all this time.
I left New York two years ago with my life and superstar career in shambles. All I want is solitude and peace to heal and start a new business, a new life, a new me.
Then Eden shows up, asking for the impossible. If I could say yes, I would. She doesn’t know the whole truth about my downfall. And I don’t want her to know.
To save us both, I will have to remind her I’m the bastard who hurts the ones he loves.