Free spirited Priscilla Hart doesn’t get tied down to people or places. When she arrives in Widow’s Grove, California, late for her mother’s funeral, she meets her half-brother. The ten year old tough guy has no one . . . but her. So she decides to stay, but only for now.
She rents a room over the drugstore from the owner, Adam Preston. He’s the polar opposite of her type: serious, stable, wholesome. But as she attempts to rein in her little delinquent brother, he offers a sympathetic ear, a shoulder and eventually, everything he has.
Can a little gangster-wannabe, a boy-next-door and an odd cast of new friends make Priss want to put down roots?
‘Drake offers a sweet story and characters with lovely chemistry.’
Romantic Times Review
About the Author
Laura Drake is a RITA® award-winning author of romance and women's fiction. She's realized her dream of becoming a Texan, and is working on her accent. In the remaining waking hours, she’s a wife, grandmother and motorcycle chick. She currently writes for Harlequin Superromance. http://LauraDrakeBooks.com @PBRWriter