This is Book 3 in the Porter Family Series. Lyndie and Jake are childhood friends, then they are split apart because of the family moving out of town. When Jake is looking for a person to work with his horses, and then Lyndie moves back to town, she talks Jake into hiring her. She tries to get Jake to open up about the childhood relationship, however, Jake wants nothing to do with it. However, as the story goes and Lyndie is determined to find out what is going on with Jake, she makes a plan to have his friendship or more back in her life.
I would recommend this to those that want a good summer read, a book that you sit back, relax and have a cup of ice tea. This is a regular romance story, that you will need to be in the mood to just have a easy and fun read for the summer afternoons.
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