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Summer Rose (Hawks Mountain Series)

Summer Rose (Hawks Mountain Series)

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Can their love survive a secret he never suspected?

A tragedy transformed Rose Hamilton from a surrogate mother for her beloved foster sister into a single mom expecting twins. But when she walks into Dr. Hunter Mackenzie's West Virginia wildlife rehab clinic-with her pregnancy still a secret-all he sees is a gorgeous, likable woman applying for a job.

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Can their love survive a secret he never suspected?

A tragedy transformed Rose Hamilton from a surrogate mother for her beloved foster sister into a single mom expecting twins. But when she walks into Dr. Hunter Mackenzie's West Virginia wildlife rehab clinic-with her pregnancy still a secret-all he sees is a gorgeous, likable woman applying for a job.

Rose doesn't want a romance with the handsome veterinarian who doesn't suspect that she's expecting, and who's already got plenty of trouble thanks to a mayor who wants to rid his town of Mac's lion cubs and injured wolves.

Why would a man who obviously loves the wild life want to fall in love with a ready-made family? (Book Two of the bestselling Hawks Mountain Series)

"Elizabeth Sinclair lulls you into a place and holds you there." - Vicki Hinze, bestselling author of the Crossroads Crisis Center series.

Elizabeth Sinclair is the award-winning author of eighteen romance novels. The next book in her Hawks Mountain series will be FOREVER FALL. Visit her at www.elizabethsinclair.com.

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ISBN-13:
9781611940893
Publisher:
BelleBooks
Publication date:
01/02/2012
Pages:
210
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

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Summer Rose (Hawks Mountain Series) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Review: Summer Rose by Elizabeth Sinclair Rose Hamilton moves to Carson on a tale her best friend told her. She met her friend Beth in Foster Care when the girls were about 12 years old. Rose entered the system because her mother up and decided she wasn’t cut out to be a mother anymore and took off and left Rose alone. Beth comes from a far different situation, at least that’s what she tells Rose. Beth’s mom ‘died’ of cancer, but before that happened, Beth has an idyllic life. She lives in a beautiful little home, complete with a white-picket fence and beautiful yellow roses growing around the house…. Rose arrives in Carson on a wing and a prayer. She was very lucky that her car made it there to begin with. She has a little savings, but it won’t last long unless she gets a job. Carson being a sleepy small town, Rose is scared of not finding a job. An opportunity presented itself, as an assistant at a Veterinary Clinic / Wildlife Refuge. As a nurse, Rose believes she is qualified to take the position. When she walks into the clinic, she’s not prepared for the sexy and smart Doc. Hunter is taken aback by Rose’s beauty, when he saw her bells went off in his head. Not necessarily nice bells either, more like warning bells. Hunter knew that Rose would test all his resolve; he’s determined to NEVER get entangled in a relationship…because relationships lead to marriage, and marriage to babies. Hunter has had tragedy strike his life as well. When he was 18 his parents were killed by a drunk driver. Overnight, he went from high school graduate looking to enter college – to big brother/dad/mom/provider. Hunter has two younger siblings and instead of taking the selfish route, he selflessly took on all those roles to ensure his brother and sister achieved all they dreamed of. Hunter hired Rose on the spot, even though he knew she would test his strength. He quickly learned that she was more than qualified to assist him in anything the Veterinary Clinic presented. Over a couple of months, Hunter’s feelings for Rose grew. He still battled with himself, convinced he could stay away from romantic entanglements. Rose on the other hand, was falling head over heels with Hunter. But she was afraid to tell him that she was pregnant, fearing he would fire her. This book was good, it didn’t set the house of fire though. There was more back and forth than any real progress made. Conflict after conflict ensued - with no real resolution until the end. When Hunter finally removed his head from his ass, he saw the possibilities. This was a story of self discovery, Hunter realizing that responsibilities didn’t have to mean hardship. Having a partner through life would remove the stresses of doing all by yourself. My favorite character in the book is Granny Jo Hawk…she’s a hoot and made me laugh out loud!