KayLee's To-Do List:
1. Get the job.
2. Convince the cowboy.
3. Find a way to make him stay.
The only thing standing between KayLee Morgan and success is Baylor Doyle. She's in Big Sky Country to land the contract that will give her unborn baby security. But the protective, far-too-sexy Baylor isn't sure she's the right person to design his family's vacation ranch.
Honestly, KayLee's sure his reluctance stems more from the sparks zinging between them. She knows Baylor feels what's happening, too. And with the close-knit Montana community making her feel so welcome, she's found the perfect place to raise her child. Now to convince Baylor to stay with her, too.
|Series:||Harlequin Super Romance Series , #1730|
|Product dimensions:||6.66(w) x 4.26(h) x 0.78(d)|
About the Author
Romance Writers of America's RITA Awards Best First Book Finalist Mary Brady has moved on to Bailey's Cove, Maine, U.S.A. She loves to put these people into impossible situations and then watch them rescue themselves and each otherwhile they fall in love. When she's not writing fiction, she's working with her hero husband to keep a small manufacturing plant flourishing and applauding her "super" son's college career.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Widowed and pregnant KayLee Morgan leaves Southern California for April in Montana in order to win the contract to construct environmentally friendly cabins on the Shadow Range Eco Ranch. She needs the project in order feed her baby once her child is born. She meets Baylor Doyle and the rest of his ranching family who hope to avoid having to sell the spread with the eco project. Starting with the matriarch Evvy, the Doyle family welcome KayLee as if she is one of them. In turn she works diligently as if this was her ranch. Then there is the attraction between KayLee and Bay as she prays she is Winning Over The Rancher to ask her and her unborn to stay in Big Sky Country with him. The strong cast and picturesque location enhance a warm contemporary romance starring a pregnant woman who hopes the man she loves not just reciprocates her feeling but can accept her child too. Readers will enjoy the sweet changing relationship between the lead couple encouraged by his living and caring family as Mary Brady provides another pleasant Montana romance (see He Calls Her Doc and Promise to a Boy). Harriet Klausner