Just Over the Mountain (Grace Valley Trilogy #2)
Welcome back to Grace Valley, California, where the best things in life never change…
Here in this peaceful community, folks look out for one another like family, though sometimes a little too well. In a town like this, it's hard to keep a secret—but Dr. June Hudson has managed to keep one heck of a humdinger.…
Though visits from her secret lover, undercover DEA agent Jim Po...more
Dr. June Hudson finds herself falling for DEA agent Jim Post whose visits are sporadic and clandestine, yet passionate. At the same time she fends off advances from former beau Chris who has returned to Grace Valley with two wayward teenage sons. Her nurse Charlotte has a heart attack and is forced...more
Though visits from her secret lover, undercover DEA agent Jim Post, are as clandestine as they are passionate, somehow it fits with her demanding schedule as the town's doctor -- a calling that requires an innate ability to exist on caffeine, sticks buns and nerv...more
Leading our journey through Grace Valley is Dr. June Hudson. She is still maintaining her secret relationship with a certain undercover DEA agent when out of the blue, her high school sweetheart shows up after years away. Some flirting and a stolen kiss can confuse even the most put together woman....more
This series MUST be read in order.
Just as local town doctor June Hudson is settling into the idea of being in love with an undercover DEA agent, her old high school flame, Chris, comes blowing back into down, newly divorced with twin...more
I really do love all the quirky townspeople, although there is no way in hell that I would be able to live in a town where people are so nosy (for the most part meant to be good). I realize that people do mean well, but most of the people use this for entertainment.
This book even had me tearing up in a couple of spots. Characters I had come to really like made some really stupid...more
I could go on an on about this book, but suffice it...more
RT's Career Achievement Best Author Award winner (2010) for Contemporary Romance.