Debut Novel From Anita DeVito!!

Butch McCormick is in dire need of a break from living in the limelight, his third marriage is ending, and he's left once again wondering what went wrong. He retreats home in search of comfort and solace, and wants to go to a place where he can be himself for a while and not have to worry about his every movement being splashed on the front of a newspaper. He has decided that he is due a few months of freedom, so he makes a plan to work on his old ranch house, and try and restore it back to is natural beauty. Being home is refreshing for him, not only is he where he is most comfortable, but it's also a place that inspires him and helps him work on his music. He is dreading his impending divorce, and has decided he is through with woman for a while, and has no desire to put his heart at risk again... that is until a auburn haired beauty walks into his life. 

Kate Riley finds herself in the presence of a handsome country boy after her car leaves her stranded along a dirt road. With night approaching and no transportation, he offers her a place to stay for the night, which she is really apprehensive about, but the more she talks to him the more she realizes he's harmless...that is until she wakes up in his arms the next morning...

I absolutely enjoyed every minute I spent reading this story, it had a great mix of romance, passion, mystery, and humor. The characters had great chemistry and their banter had me laughing out loud!! Definitely a very impressive debut novel for Ms. Devito, she has earned herself a permanent spot on my go to authors list with this one!!! Can't wait to make a return visit to this series!!

ARC requested through NetGalley, and kindly provided by Entangled Publishing in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.

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