Grass Valley Cowboys Book 3
After six years in the service and two tours of duty in Iraq, Travis Thompson eagerly returns home to Grass Valley, ready to resume his life on the Triple T Ranch with his two older brothers.
Always the wild-child, Travis doesn’t disappoint as he rolls from one adventure to another in his quest to keep his adrenaline pumping. He needs a release for the tension constantly building inside him, especially after he discovers the girl he’s loved his entire life just moved back to Grass Valley.
In love with Travis Thompson since she was old enough to notice boys, Tess Morgan can’t stay away from him no matter how hard she tries. Growing up together, she thinks Travis sees her only as his best friend’s sister, not as a woman who could love him deeply and passionately.
Will the two of them finally surrender to love? Anything is possible as summer spins its spell at the Triple T!
Praise for The Cowboy’s Summer Love:
“I felt as if I was living the story with the characters! Very,Very good book!”
“This story centers around two families, and the author makes you want to belong to either family, or at least be friends with them. I like the fact that this book wasn’t all about the romance, but also about friendship and family.”
“This is one of the best love stories (with real life mixed in) that I’ve ever read!!!! I am still swooning over HOT cowboys.”
“Dance with me, Tess,” Travis said, a pleading look in his warm blue eyes. “Please?”
Listening to the music, she recognized Blake Shelton’s Honey Bee playing.
She nodded and let Travis draw her closer as they swayed to the music. Travis twirled her around and lowered her into a dip, pretending he was going to drop her before hauling her up with a teasing laugh.
Breathless, she looped her arms around his neck while he ran his hands up and down her back, setting ribbons of heat aflame every place his fingers touched her.
“You know something?” Travis’ lips were dangerously close to her ear, dangerously close to making her forget all the reasons she needed to keep her distance from him.
“What’s that?” Tess asked, barely able to speak through the emotion clogging her throat and addling her thoughts.
“You’ve always been my honeybee,” Travis rumbled before placing a warm kiss on her neck.
“Travis, I…” Tess felt a tremor roll up from her toes that ended at the top of her head. “We better…you should…”
Travis put a finger on her lips. “Shh, baby, don’t talk. Just feel.”
That was the problem. If the fire blazing to life in her middle and rapidly spreading outward was any indication, she was feeling entirely too much. In her wildest dreams about Travis, Tess never imagined being held in his arms, the object of his desire, would be so intense and wonderful.