Small town books always catch my attention because their lives are so different from mine. They're like they're own little society in a little corner of the world. Everyone knows everyone and people notice if you’re new or a stranger comes into town. When tragedy strikes or something happens they come together and work as a community.
Lyndsay is part of this type of community, she's a middle school math teacher who decided to take a chance and publish her romance novel. Then gets an amusing boot in the face when the object/main subject of her book starts hanging out with her and her nephew, Ethan.
Emma Cane did a great job describing the scenery and people in the town. Lyndsay's and Will's reactions were real and I could relate to what each of them were going through.
Overall this was a good small town romance that pulls readers into a well-established community.
Emma Cane's Valentine Valley series returns, as a teacher and her cowboy crush kindle sparks—and something more—in the town that lives up to its name . . .
The only thing hotter than a cowboy . . .
Math teacher Lyndsay De Luca never surprised anyone—least of all herself—until this summer. First, she secretly published her debut romance novel. Then, she started dating Will Sweet, the cowboy of her dreams. And now, Lyndsay's scrambling to hide the juiciest tidbit of all: that the hazel-eyed hero of her steamy fiction is the same guy whose kisses have become her mind-blowing reality.
. . . Is a cowboy in love.
Ever since Will's high-school sweetheart died in a tragic accident, he hasn't been able to commit to a long-term relationship. Lyndsay is the first woman in years who's been able to catch—and keep—his attention. When they team up to teach Valentine's teens about ranch life, Will discovers it's not just her sexy-as-hell smile that has him hooked. Will she be the one to finally break down the walls around his guarded heart?