Stud Season Comes To A Halt In This Sexy-Clean Romp Around The Farm
A positive play on diversity in the midst of the country’s racial unrest.
A bad boy trying to do better, versus a good girl who isn’t, sets the scene for a captivating read you won’t want to put down.
Holden’s desire knew no limits. Holden’s family respected no boundaries. Not to worry, Cherry can fix that. Cherry can fix anything…except herself.
Being in love with Holden, one of the notorious Latche twins, has freed Cherry from her ghosts. Now, she wants to help everyone -with or without their consent. Her unyielding opinions influence every relationship on the Latche family farm. While her involvement may not always be welcome, at least her intentions are pure.
And that’s a problem.
Purity doesn’t work for Holden. Abstinence is not a part of his womanizing agenda. Besides, Cherry has two secrets too many as far as he is concerned. The lack of information about her family, and her intimate exchanges with Eric– the other notorious Latche twin.
“…twists and turns you’d expect in a traditionally-written romance.” – Susan Ward, author of The Girl on The Half Shell
“Now, why would anybody want to tame a Latche?” A tall thin girl with shiny brown hair and eyes that reminded Cherry of something came in. “Cherry, Right? The boys were concerned about you being harassed. Low and behold, you are.” She turned on the others. “Quit antagonizing. The economy sucks. War is hell. My radiator overheated and I didn’t get the item I wanted off of eBay. In the scheme of things, the fact that you’re not positive which twin you slept with is not relevant to those of us who are smarter than that. In other words, get over it.”
“This doesn’t have anything to do with you, Amy.”
“Sure it does.” Amy dismissed them. “A real word to the wise, Cherry. Women scorned are a pain in the ass. Ignore them.”
“You can’t stay away from me. I’m your best friend.”
“You’re my b~”
“The best friend you have in West Virginia.”
“So far. You also happen to be the only friend I have in West Virginia.”
“That makes me the best. Come on down. I’ll buy you some ice cream.”
“What is wrong with me?” Cherry came away from the window. “I’m allowing myself to be bribed with ice cream. I know better than this.” She stuck her feet into her flip flops and grabbed her room key.
He chuckled with her, feeling victorious. “You won’t be sorry.”
“Who are we fooling? You are trouble and this is a mistake. I’m already sorry.” And I’m closing the door behind me.
“I only have your best interest at heart.”
“And where do you have my worst interest?”
“It’s a secret. But if you want to search me, I won’t stop you.”
“What exactly is the holdup?”
“She’s a virgin.”
“You have the cure.”
“She’s not aware it’s an illness.”
“I don’t know what he knew. I don’t care. Bruce is going to be permanent.”
“It hasn’t been a full week yet. Married?”
“I know. Missy is an idiot and we have to buy her presents for it.”
About Tracy Ball…
Been places. Seen things. Done stuff…will never forget.
Tracy’s family is blended from three distinct cultures. Over the years, she has opened her home to foster children, drug addicts, AIDS victims and anyone who needed an assist. She has an equal number of liberal and conservative friends. She knows people who have committed murder and she knows people who know the Pope.
Which is why she writes sweet stories about tough love.