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One Summer Rayne Forrest Romance Heat Rating: 4

Holly Thomas has a simple plan for the summer—take care of her favorite aunt and celebrate Burkesville’s centennial. Her immediate attraction to the town’s newest resident quickly proves problematic. Joe Mercer’s keeping secrets behind his blue eyes. Holly’s instincts are good. Joe Mercer’s reasons for coming to Burkesville are two-fold. On the surface he’s the pub owner he looks to be, but he’s also undercover for the government. Holly’s everything he wants in a woman and he’s trapped. He can’t confide to her that he’s in the middle

of this little covert assignment, and he can’t stay away from her. When the deal goes down, Joe scrambles to stay on the right side of everything. Holly has it all wrong but he’s in too deep to back out of the operation. It’s all coming to a head and he’ll be able to tell her everything—if he can just hold on to her for one more day. Review: Nice paced story with really likeable characters. Joe Mercer who used to work in the Air Force and Holly Thomas, who never did, made a really likeable couple. It had humor and a lot of charm and you rooted for them to stay together despite the secrets that couldn’t be told. You even liked the supporting cast that made an appearance every now and then. Especially Holly’s aunt, who needs her own story.So if you get a chance pick it up. You’ll like it. | Reviewer: Cassandra Graham |

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