Yet, attempting to stay away from him is impossible. This book was a lot better than the first book. She is unsure of herself but wants the design to honor her parents, who died in a fire when she was 14. I would recommended Softhearted by Kim Law, if you enjoy the opposites attract trope or books by authors Catherine Bybee, Jamie Beck, Erin Nicholas and Jill Sanders. She is feeling the pressure of wanting to do a bang up job for the out-door wedding since it is also going to be on T.
Cal, though, has communicated with her by under-bidding Bluebonnet on any job he could. Sure, she took a fall. I want you falling hard for me. They take the time to get to know each other and share their secrets. I wish Heather had been more understanding or. Would Jill's team show up Cal's? And right now, Jill Sadler is spitting mad. These can be stand alone books.
Everyone has always left her, except her foster sisters and her foster mom. ©2017 Kim Law P 2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc. When she finds out he has a daughter and is trying to get full custody back from her grandparents, she falls a little harder. This is so im Heather Lindsay has a soft spot for gingers which is why she's avoiding Waylon Peterson. While the hero, he's a total family man and would do anything for those he loves, which is proven by the decision he made in the past that tore him and Jill apart; hard-working and driven with how well his company has done in the construction industry; and I liked how determined he was to earn the heroine's forgiveness, because they need to get over the past, if they're to have any chance at a future. Law, and it's a book that I absolutely loved because it combines two superb tropes in the enemy to lovers trope and second chance romance trope; encompasses fantastic main and secondary characters where the heroine shares such a tight bond with her foster sisters; and wonderful dialogue that had me loving the growing relationship between the hero and heroine, as they begin to find their way back to each other. My views are my own and are in no way influenced by anyone else.
When you want to find love, then you fall in love, then you fall out of love, then you fall in, and out, and…well you get the picture. He is a very private man, even though it's rumored that he spends his free time dating various women. Waylon Peterson has not led a charmed life. Yet, what I liked most of all is the tight bond the heroine shared with her family, which makes them the right people to give her advice. Heather has sworn off men, her track record of falling in love with love and the wrong man has bitten her in the bum one too many times.
He was not afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve, and at times, it got a bit battered. But Dylan Monroe isn't a no-strings kind of guy. Both Heather and Waylon reluctantly find their exteriors begin to crack a little so they continue to interact. About the Author As a child, award-winning author Kim Law cultivated a love for chocolate, anything purple, and creative writing. Winning the contest would do wonders for Cal's firm. This is book two of the Deep In The Heart series however it can be read as a standalone, though I recommend the first book, too. He never even knew he'd fathered a child - with Roxie's sister, no less.
Alex has befriended Ramon as part of his cover, and Madison has unknowingly become his informant. As part of the new show, Cal planned to turn the ranch into a working cattle farm, and one vital piece of a working ranch was having a ranch manager who oversaw daily operations. Softhearted is the second book in the Deep in the Heart series. A combination that you don't see portrayed so often in romances. Along the way, other characters appear who expand the possibilities and enrich the story.
Being that Red Oak Falls is a small town and they both work on the same ranch the inevitable finally happens and to no ones surprise the pair do strike sparks. He's been burned in the past with his ex but he didn't let that turn him bitter or resentful. Her company is competing on the wildly popular show Texas Dream Home, and she intends to give it her all. Saying that she does seem to have a thing for Prince Harry look alikes and Waylon is the new foreman on the ranch where Heather's friend is getting married and soon to be her home. Made up of 3 foster sisters: Jill, Heather and Trenton. They take the time to get to know each other and share their secrets.
This is my unbiased and voluntary review. I myself have to say that I enjoyed this book more than the first one, sorry Kim. While the hero, he's confident, an absolute charmer and I liked how determined he was to win the heroine over because she fascinates him and is the first woman to catch his attention in a while. They do have other female employees and they also have been raised by Aunt Blu. She can feel the barrier she has erected around herself melting and her strength dissolving but a strong mind and the business at hand of creating the garden rescues her from falling inside his magic circle. Heather has a bad habit of falling in love with the wrong men.
The time it must take to come up with the life lessons at the beginning of each chapter, that end up so perfectly tying, is impeccable. She paints him as a villain, though Cal had no choice but to leave. The opposition: We Nail It Contractors, helmed by the man who once married her. This book also looks into Waylon, his past, his reputation and his family life. Her friends have told her to stay away from him for fear she will fall back into her old ways.