Synopses & Reviews
Sarah Andrews is one smart cookie. She's a top-notch attorney, educated at Stanford and freshly fired from one the best legal firms in Indiana. Her love/win record is 0-3 and as she approaches her thirtieth birthday, she decides she needs a quiet, safe place to regroup. She decides to go home to Dodd. But Dodd, Indiana is far from safe once she comes face-to-face with Richland Conrad Cooper. Rich and Sarah go way back to high school. Rich was teen-girl kryptonite-athletic, charming...persuasive-and Sarah was not immune. She fell hard, certain she'd found true love. But it turned out to be nothing more than the first of her love tries and fails. She thought time had shored up her defenses, but one look at Rich makes her heart do flip flops. It's like the moment where unrequited love gets a do-over, the only problem is...Rich doesn't remember who the hell she is. That hurt, and no matter how hard Rich tries to make up for that initial faux pas, Sarah won't forget. She has learned-if a guy steals your heart, breaking his is quid pro quo. Only when Rich is served with a custody challenge of his two daughters does Sarah call a truce. Working together, Rich can't help but totally fall for her. She's cold and rude, forcefully pointing out their differences and his flaws every chance she gets. But the heart wants what the heart wants, so Rich tries even harder to convince her she isn't meant for any other guy, but him.