Ivy Walton loved her job as a surgeon but hated her boss. What part of "I'm on vacation" couldn't the woman understand? She'd just lost her house to a fire, and she needed this time away with her sister. They'd been on their way to the coast when Ivy's car broke down, and this little town they'd found for repairs was a breath of fresh air. Ivy found the non-hectic life of a small town to be appealing to her raw nerves.
Adam Whitfield was a farmer and, like his brothers, a Bengal tiger. He had just purchased his grandparents' home and was putting on the finishing touches. The home was large, too large for a single man, but he liked it. Furniture was still sparse, but he figured he could add to it in time.
When Adam met Ivy at a family dinner, he knew instantly who she was to him. But could a renowned surgeon be happy with a simple farmer? He hoped so. He hadn't been looking for his mate when he found her, but now that he had, he wasn't letting her go. If she went back to the city, he'd go too whether she liked it or not.
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