At first, Maximilian Rutherford III is stunned, and then he's angry. Six months living in the middle of nowhere in the Arizona desert isn't his lifestyle. However, the mandate issued by Max I, his grandfather, is clear--manage a trailer and RV Park or lose his inheritance. Max III, hotshot corporate exec has managed billion dollar companies, and now he's supposed to oversee a trailer park!
Pilar Armstrong loves her home in the small community of Oasis located in beautiful Arizona. Sunrises and sunsets make for the beginnings and endings of perfect days. Her divorce from a workaholic attorney was just about the best thing that ever happened to her, second only to her eight year old son, Willie. So, when the new trailer park manager arrives, she recognizes the same ambition in him, as in her ex-husband, and determines to steer clear at all costs. Her resolve fails, however, when he makes changes that affect her beloved neighbors. Maybe it's time for her to set "Ruthless Rutherford" straight..
Will Max and Pilar, opposites in every way, find that forever kind of love? The journey to that answer is endearing, funny, and surprising for both of them.
About the Author
My perfect day: laptop; WiFi availability; java mocha; characters demanding their stories be told; a plot that comes together; and hours to live in an alternate reality. Seriously, I have always loved reading, and now I love writing. As a preteen, I devoured Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys Mysteries. When I reached my teen years, the romance genre became my favorite and that has never changed. After years of procrastinating, I tried my hand at writing and I've been doing so with a passion ever since. I have written over thirty romance novels and novellas in the genres of contemporary, contemporary western, historical western, fantasy, and paranormal. Because I hate saying goodbye to characters who have lived with me for months, I usually create a series so they can be revisited from book to book. I have also written a Young Adult novella titled "Fragile Hearts" using the pen name of Colleen Clay.