Who said "you can't go home again"? In Veronica Davis's case,who'd want to -- especially when you hail from Fossil, Washington? But now she's back among the good-ol' boys who think she's fair game just because she's in a waitress uniform.
The truth is, Veronica's the boss -- at least until she can sell the family saloon and skip town again as fast as her feet cancarry her-and nobody knows that better than Cooper Blackstock. From behind the bar, the ex-Special Forces Marinesees all. And his undercover agenda has made the feisty boss-lady's troubles his own.
And her troubles are considerable, what with a family in turmoil, a pseudo-bartender with dangerous secrets, a murder investigation, and death threats. Though the town surprisingly rallies in support, it's still a good thing that Cooper will be there to catch Veronica if she stumbles -- if he doesn't start falling himself.
This is one that I read as a download and would very much likely go out and buy the next time I am book shopping. It was awesome to see the transition from the general assumptions made based on first impressions change to actual knowledge...plus the funniest part of the book that was overall endearing - the hero is built beautiful blah blah blah - but rather than just have a LARGE member the author made his penis curve...not something I've read before but actually got a kick out of for the simple fact that in so many romances the men have perfect and perfectly large penises so I was amused and intrigued that the author added that little detail. Yeah I get a kick of some random sh** don't I?! ;D
Overall the story is really really good and definately one I would recommend reading!
Definately one to own for me and had me looking up more of her books to boot!