By Barbara Freethy
Difficulty IN PARADISEKatherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless lifestyles in California to get mixed-up with a coarse round the edges guy like Zach Tyler. along with his well-worn denims and gradual, seductive smile, he used to be not anything yet a cowboy at the fallacious part of the Mississippi -- a diversion in her heartfelt quest to find the daddy she by no means knew. Zach has a gradual hand with horses and a seductive contact with women...and whilst he's taking Katherine in his palms, he unleashes the eagerness simmering slightly under her cool external. definite, her probing questions and tantalizing methods can cause not anything yet difficulty -- yet occasionally a guy wishes a bit trouble... TROUBLE IN PARADISEKatherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless lifestyles in California to get mixed-up with a coarse round the edges guy like Zach Tyler. together with his well-worn denims and gradual, seductive smile, he was once not anything yet a cowboy at the flawed facet of the Mississippi -- a diversion in her heartfelt quest to find the daddy she by no means knew. Zach has a gradual hand with horses and a seductive contact with women...and while he's taking Katherine in his hands, he unleashes the fervour simmering slightly below her cool external. convinced, her probing questions and tantalizing methods may cause not anything yet difficulty -- yet occasionally a guy wishes a bit trouble...
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No, I'm all right. " Zach looked over at Sam, who was waiting by the trailer. He gave him the thumbs-up sign and watched as Sam got into the trailer and drove away. Then he looked back at the woman in front of him. " she asked. " She sighed. "I appreciate your staying. " She looked at him again, a challenge in her eyes, in the tilt of her chin. " "I've heard of it. " She scowled at him, then scrambled to her feet and brushed the dirt off of her pants. She strode over to the car and yanked open the door to the backseat.
But here, outside of Louisville, Kentucky, there was a quiet that was oddly appealing. She couldn't shake the feeling that she was meant to come here. Call it destiny, call it crazy, but she had to at least see what was at the end of this road. Katherine reached for the map sticking out of her purse, then cursed when her purse tumbled to the floor, spilling out the map, her wallet, cell phone, and a dozen coins. She reached for the map, trying to keep one eye on the highway, which had suddenly decided to curve.
Her heart fell to the floor. "Fool," she muttered to herself as she opened the door. A young woman stood in the hallway holding a stack of puffy blue towels. With her brown hair pulled back in a ponytail and bright green eyes that showed barely a hint of life experience, she looked to be about nineteen. "Hi, I'm Maggie Harper," she said with a pop of her chewing gum and a great big smile. "Hello," Katherine said, not sure what to do. She'd never had a maid introduce herself before. "My mama and papa own this hotel, Caroline and Sean Harper.
Almost home by Barbara Freethy