Tucker's Crossingby Marina Adair
Cody Tucker shook the dust of his two-bit hometown off his boots ten years ago--right about the time his college sweetheart, Shelby Lynn Harris, married his so-called best friend. But
Sweet Plains, Texas, wasn't so sweet to Cody, Noah, and Beau Tucker. But now the Tucker boys are men, ready to take on the questions that have haunted them since they left home. . .
Cody Tucker shook the dust of his two-bit hometown off his boots ten years ago--right about the time his college sweetheart, Shelby Lynn Harris, married his so-called best friend. But when his dad dies, Cody finds himself home again and knee deep in the past. Except now his rowdy beer buddy is the sheriff, his housekeeper is a blue-ribbon chili chef, and the family ranch is in the red. The only thing that hasn't changed is Shelby Lynn. . .
Shelby Lynn has gone through a lot of heartache thanks to Cody. But that's all over now. She just wants a chance to live the life she's made for herself in peace. The trouble is, the Sweet Plains chili cook off is heating up, the Ladies of Sweet are as riled as hornets, and as soon as Cody gets near, she's forgets all about peace. Cody is pure temptation--and she knows just how good it feels to give in. . .
- Kensington Publishing Corporation
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- 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.79(d)
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This was the first book I have read by this author, but I'm definitely hooked! It was the perfect combination of romance, steamy scences, and a little suspense. I cannot wait for more from this series!!
This was a great book, loved the plot just wished there more books about it. Would love to hear the rest of the story & more about the other character.
I am just finishing this book and already went to see what else Adair had written. Unfortunately that was the only book shown. I was really disappointed. Loved this book. It seemed more like real life. Don't miss it. Marina, can't wait for another book. Maybe about the brothers.
Adair weaves heart and heat as promised on the cover. Wonderful debut novel, I never wanted it to end!