Jordan Sommerville was a healer of helpless animals, rescuer of strays, a man who could seduce a woman with his voice alone. Yet he didn't use that power often. His brothers kidded that he was holding out for a paragon of virtue and not many in Buckhorn qualified. But then he met Georgia, and broke all his own rules.
Georgia Barnes supported herself and her kids as a dancer - an exotic dancer. If Jordan Sommerville didn't like it, he could take a hike. So what if he was the most caring, gentle, desirable man she'd ever knownhe was still a man like all the rest. Surely he couldn't be as perfect as he looked...or could he?
Jordan begins when Jordan and several other men go to the new bar that opened up recently right outside of town. There have been several drunks go through town terrorizing animals, and just getting into trouble and the people of Buckhorn are tired of it. But what Jordan didn't expect was to meet Georgia the dancer for the bar. He has an instant attraction to her, and immediately wants to help her. So he enlists the help of his family to bring her and her two young children into the fold. Jordan isn't sure about his feelings but he knows he can't let her go. And Georgia is determined to stand on her own and not have to have help from anyone especially since she's been let down so many times before by people she cared about. But these two can't seem to help the chemistry between them, or the growing feelings of love either.
This book was okay. To me it wasn't as great as the rest of the books, but it was still interesting. I just wasn't a big fan of Jordan really. I thought his character did a complete one eighty, and I just didn't care for him. I did however like that we got to see more of Casey, and get to meet Jordan's mother. That was really cool, now I'm very interest in the next and final book in this series!