“I didn’t just imply that you weren’t welcome. I’m making sure you know that’s the case.”
Don’t miss the incredible first standalone in this unputdownable series that has readers raving!
“A riveting tale.“—Booklist
Previously published as How to Knit a Love Song.
Abigail’s out-of-the-blue inheritance of a mysterious cottage in the middle of nowhere is perfect timing, providing her refuge from the man she’s been trying to escape. But the grumpy, smoldering cowboy seems to come with the property, and his scowls are as dark as the storm clouds she’s hoping to escape.
Abigail intends to turn her cozy little windfall into a knitting shop and spend her days spinning, designing, and purling. But the gorgeous Cade, now owns everything surrounding Abigail’s ramshackle new home, and he views this sexy city girl as nothing but an unwanted interloper.
But chemistry working overtime is drawing two very different people closer than they ever thought possible, and when the past that Abigail thought she’d left behind comes calling, she’ll have to somehow learn to trust her handsome adversary with much more than just her heart.
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I might have a new favorite author!! I hope there’s another book in this series!!!55
First time reading this author and I so enjoyed this story. I will certainly read her again. Great writing, interesting characters.55
Captivating, sweet, engaging all in one!55
Unusual plot/setting very interesting. Characters were fun too.45
If you don’t mind the typing errors. This is a pleasant book to read.45
Oh my, I loved this story. The way it was written, I could vividly see everything that happened. I laughed and held my breath and just really enjoyed it. Thank you55
Truly a wonderful read from beginning to end. Once you start, there’s no way you can stop. Tastefully done and you feel like you are right there.55
Cade did not trust women, due to how he observed the treatment his mother gave his father. Due to his fear of abandonment, he never let women get close enough to have a real relationship. Luckily, his Great Aunt had a plan in the works, bringing Abigail into his life (against his wishes). Besides the slow moving love story, there is the danger from a past crazy stalker. I really enjoyed this book.45
I did like the premise of the story. However, I did not like how Cade continually opposed Abigail. The only time they got along was sexually . Other times it was just the heroine trying to be nice to the hero while Cade stomped, sulked and grumbled.Thus. I had a hard time believing in their romance.35