By Barbara Freethy
Difficulty IN PARADISEKatherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless lifestyles in California to get mixed-up with a coarse round the edges guy like Zach Tyler. along with his well-worn denims and sluggish, seductive smile, he was once not anything yet a cowboy at the improper aspect of the Mississippi -- a diversion in her heartfelt quest to find the daddy she by no means knew. Zach has a steady hand with horses and a seductive contact with women...and while he is taking Katherine in his hands, he unleashes the eagerness simmering slightly under her cool external. definite, her probing questions and tantalizing methods can cause not anything yet hassle -- yet occasionally a guy wishes a bit trouble... TROUBLE IN PARADISEKatherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless existence in California to get mixed-up with a coarse round the edges guy like Zach Tyler. together with his well-worn denims and gradual, seductive smile, he was once not anything yet a cowboy at the unsuitable facet of the Mississippi -- a diversion in her heartfelt quest to find the daddy she by no means knew. Zach has a gradual hand with horses and a seductive contact with women...and while he is taking Katherine in his fingers, he unleashes the eagerness simmering slightly below her cool external. convinced, her probing questions and tantalizing methods can cause not anything yet hassle -- yet occasionally a guy wishes a bit trouble...
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It seemed a little late to be asking, and a burst of anger tried to push past her lips, but before she could speak, she realized something wet was dripping down her face. Katherine touched her forehead, drawing away drops of blood. "Oh, my God! " "It's just a scratch," he replied, studying her face. " she snapped, looking for somewhere to wipe her fingers. He let go of her long enough to reach into the car and pull out the napkins she'd picked up at the Dairy Queen. Instead of handing them to her, he dabbed at the blood on her face with a surprisingly gentle hand.
Now, if only I have the courage to send this letter. Katherine Whitfield sat in the front seat of her rental car, tears filling her eyes as she traced the handwritten words with a shaky finger. She'd read the letter a hundred times since she'd discovered it a week ago, hidden away in an old cedar chest in her stepfather's attic. She'd memorized every word, every curve of every line, wondering if it could possibly have been written to her father by her mother. There was no signature, but the writing looked familiar—or did she simply want it to be true?
Billy tipped his head toward the woman sitting in his front seat. " Zach watched as Billy hopped into the truck and took off down the highway. He didn't think Billy Dawson had even the remotest chance of getting a date with Katherine Whitfield. He was far too young. She was more interested in the fifty-year-old generation. The thought of Katherine nosing around ParadiseValley for her long-lost father was actually somewhat amusing. It was about time someone else caused a scandal, and Zach sure wouldn't mind seeing one of the good old boys caught with his pants down, even if it was twenty something years after the fact.