Loving Bailey (The Southerlands, #2)

Loving Bailey (The Southerlands, #2)

by Evelyn Adams

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Chef Bailey Southerland can’t get any satisfaction – at least not in the way that really matters. She’s got family and friends she adores and a promising career, but her love life is like a soufflé that never managed to rise. When the mouthwatering writer with his clear blue eyes and easy, open manner moves into the cottage down the hill, it looks like things might finally be going her way. She doesn’t need him to be Mr. Right, but he has all the makings of a fantastic Mr. Right Now.

Badly burned by love, Trace Campbell tried to convince himself he’s content being just friends with his gorgeous neighbor, Bailey. If he can’t get his hands on her at least he can sink them in the soil and grow the produce on his farm that she needs for her restaurant, spending time with her while keeping her at a safe distance. But strawberries are a poor substitute for mind-numbing kisses and when another man shows up and it’s obvious he’s interested in more than Bailey’s cooking, Trace has to dig his head out of the dirt and put his heart on the line or risk losing the woman he loves. 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151688796
Publisher: Evelyn Adams
Publication date: 10/16/2014
Series: The Southerlands , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 61,192
File size: 943 KB

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Loving Bailey (The Southerlands, #2) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
420Spring More than 1 year ago
Evelyn Adams “Loving Bailey” was the second book in the Southerland Series. Bailey Southerland, chef and owner of Seasons, which is located near Mountain Lake Lodge. Four years she has been dropping hints of her attraction to a man that only sees her as a friend. Since the lake drained and is very low on water, is keeping customers away. The Seasons’ is a destination place for dining which the only thing is keeping it open. Trace Campbell, local farmer, who has fallen for the very talented chef, Bailey. The problem …his family had a bad marriage and he already had a failed relationship which has him keeping Bailey in the friend category. When there is a family emergency and they cannot find Bailey, Jude ask Trace to find her and bring her home. He finds her with the writer, Spencer Davis, in his shirt and this open his eyes to stake his claim to the woman who has his heart. I enjoyed this book but not as well as the first book. Looking forward to Travis and Summer’s story which should be heart wrenching with both of these characters with their hidden pain from two broken souls.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good easy read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this seriew
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am enjoying this series. Getting to know the family feels like getting to know your neighbors
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Predictable fun read-sweet enjoyment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining and a good series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mamaof3girlies More than 1 year ago
You can't help but fall in love with the Southerlands! This is book #2 in a great series. You can't read just one, the whole series is awesome. Evelyn Adams has created great characters & wonderful story lines. I thoroughly enjoyed this book & it made me eager to buy the next in the series!
Mooslynn More than 1 year ago
Bailey is in love with the farmer who supplies her restaurant. He is in love with Bailey but has this crazy notion that love doesn't last and friendship will. That is until Bailey hooks up with a local writer, then jealously rears its ugly head. This was a cute addition to the Southerland's story, but I just didn't like this one as much as before. I am however looking forward to Summer's story because of all of them so far, she has the most to gain by finding love :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story but the grammar and spelling are mediocore