Sometimes finding the future you want means embracing the past…
Sam and Chance Palmer are both tall and dark, and look pretty damned good with a hammer hanging their tool belt as they run their construction business in the small mountain town of Kings Grove. But when it comes to the hottest eligible bachelors in town, Miranda George only has eyes for one of them. Chance—the one who won’t even look her way unless it’s because she’s just spilled something on him or tripped directly into his path.
And while Miranda George has always had the hots for Chance Palmer, Sam has spent years trying to ignore his feelings for her. The problem is that they’ve known each other much too long, and Sam can’t seem to repress his A-hole gene when she’s around. He’s given Miranda every reason to hate him, so why would he ever hope she might love him instead?
When a backcountry wildfire threatens everything and everyone they both love, will Miranda and Sam be able to look beyond their complicated past and see a future that might bring them together?
This smart, funny small-town romance is the second book in Delancey Stewart’s Kings Grove Series.
About the Author
Stewart has lived on both coasts, in big cities and small towns. She's been a pharmaceutical rep, a personal trainer and a wineseller.
A wife and the mother of two small boys, her current job titles include pirate captain, monster hunter, Lego assembler and story reader. She tackles all these efforts at her current home outside Washington D.C.
Find her at www.delanceystewart.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this sweet, funny, but at times suspenseful story. The second book of the Kings Grove series focuses on Miranda and Sam - friends since childhood, Sam has been there for some of the most embarrassing moments of Miranda's life (she's got a clumsy streak so she is prone to embarrassing moments!), but that doesn't stop him from wanting to be with her. Unfortunately she only has eyes for his older brother. The story is told from both the perspective of Miranda and Sam -I loved having the perspective of both characters - what he was really feeling versus her interpretations of his comments. I received an ARC from the author via BookFunnel.