He's Got Something She Wants
When Katie McKnight gets lost location-scouting for her father's TV studio, she stumbles upon the perfect setting for their angsty new teen vampire series-a remote barn house unfortunately occupied by a grouchy, disheveled, and incredibly sexy man who instantly mistakes her for the new nanny.
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He's Got Something She Wants
When Katie McKnight gets lost location-scouting for her father's TV studio, she stumbles upon the perfect setting for their angsty new teen vampire series-a remote barn house unfortunately occupied by a grouchy, disheveled, and incredibly sexy man who instantly mistakes her for the new nanny. Should Katie tell him the truth, or get her foot in the door?
She's Got Everything He Needs
Bestselling author Vance Kerner doesn't just have writer's block-he's been run ragged ever since he was saddled with taking care of his brother's three kids, an adopted kitten, and a runaway mutt. The last thing he needs is a teen drama defiling his property, but with fascinating and unconventional Katie underfoot charming the entire Kerner household, Vance is finding it harder and harder to say no.
Harmony Homecomings Series:
Find My Way Home (Book 1)
Not So New in Town (Book 2)
Sweet Southern Bad Boy (Book 3)
Praise for the Harmony Homecomings Series:
"Packed with emotion and off-the-charts sexual tension." -RT Book Reviews for Find My Way Home
"Will keep you hooked from the beginning to the end." -Harlequin Junkies for Not So New In Town
"Sexy and fun This small-town romance proves you can go home again." -Macy Beckett, acclaimed author of the Dumont Bachelors series for Not So New In Town
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-11-07
- Reviewer: Staff
In Summerss charming third Harmony Homecomings contemporary (after Not So New in Town), intrepid film location scout Katie McKnight and stymied military thriller author Vance Kerner meet cute when she approaches him about the possibility of her fathers studio using his North Carolina property. Katies job security hinges on her discovering the perfect location for her controlling father. After brief identity confusion during their first encounter, she negotiates an exchange of her child-wrangling skills with Vances sisters kids, who are temporarily in his care, for Vances promise to consider the studios offer. Vance is struggling with both writers block and his continued desire for approval for his work from his own semi-estranged father, a retired Army general. Summers excels at detailing Katie and Vances immediate attraction and steamy flirtation, including dubbing each other Pirate Man and California Cupcake. Detailed interactions with their friends and family help to build them as fully realized characters. (Dec.)