Not that they're likely to catch him. Jayce isn't opposed to settling down, he just hasn't met the right woman - if she even exists. He's starting to wonder.
And then Billy Sweet shows up at the Honky Tonk Angels bar where Jayce is finishing the remodel on the top floor, and he has with him a woman and her two-year-old daughter. Callie and Lily Williams. Callie brings out something in Jayce. Something besides passion and lust. He wants to be her hero.
When Callie's car ran out of gas just outside of Cotton Creek, she never expected to be rescued. Or to be offered a job and a place for her and Lily to stay. And she sure didn't except to meet a man that made her dream of things she couldn't have - love everlasting, a family and a home. But Jayce Weathers makes her dream of those things and a whole lot more.
They might both be dreaming the same thing. The problem is, there's someone who doesn't want that dream to come true for Callie, someone who just might be willing to do anything to make sure her dreams don't come true.
Yep, things are heating up again in Cotton Creek.
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By A D. on 08-09-16
Southern delight with a dash spicy and sweet
This book has all the warm, fuzzy comfort of a small town community, including a predictable group of gossipy old ladies. Choc-full of lovable characters, with one obvious exception, this story is fairly soaked in feel-good vibes. The central themes are family and community and the two are easily interchangeable. The slower, natural flow of the growing relationship between Jase and Callie fits with their histories and responsibilities. The only downside is that, while this is a stand alone story, there are mentions to events from earlier books in the series. I enjoyed this audio book and find myself feeling curious about other books in the series.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.
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By Joyce K. Retherford on 16-09-16
Slow Sizzle Romance Becomes Hot and Spicy !
Would you consider the audio edition of Ask Me to Stay to be better than the print version?
An audio edition is always my choice because I can multi-task. In today's busy world not many people have the time to sit and read--and in my case by the time I would get around to doing that I would swiftly fall asleep. An audio book totally "sizzles" and keeps the listener totally involved.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Ask Me to Stay?
The very beginning of the book was memorable. The lead character and her little girl are stranded on a highway and along comes a angel in the disguise of an older man who helps her back to town where he introduces her to his daughter and helps her find a job and a place to live. He was truly from heaven above !!
What does J. Scott Bennett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
J. Scott Bennett is the most amazing narrator I've ever heard. There's just something about his voice that gives the reader a sensation of listening to a good friend telling a story. He is so pleasant and easy to understand. His female voices are endearing and full of sexiness.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I felt really sad when the main character was explaining her past to her hot new boyfriend. She had some horrible life experiences that touched me to the core. Lucky for her she hit the jackpot when she met Jayce. He turned out to be the man of her dreams.
Any additional comments?
I was given this audio book in exchange for an honest review. I could say so much more about this book but I wouldn't want to spoil it for others. I have listened to the previous books in this series and it just keeps getting better and better each time. Ciana Stone tells a romantic story with just enough "toe-curling" sexiness to please everyone !
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By KimberlyReads on 01-01-18
Home is where the heart is
Every book by Ciana, is a treat. I just know that besides the sexy cowboys, I'm in for a bit of danger and a lot of falling in love. This book has the sense of family, and becoming part of somethi ng more. Just loved it.
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