Livvy Sherman finds herself staring down the barrel of Jesse Tully's shotgun after trespassing onto his logging job. Unfortunately, she has no one she can call for help. No family, no boyfriend, and forget the only true friend she thought she had. She was utterly alone and in the middle of the woods being threatened by a lumberjack. Jesse, trying hard to maintain a tough exterior in the face of this criminal on his property, has no choice but to take her home with him. Of course, he could have her tossed in jail, but something inside him said that this girl, although trouble from the get-go, might be just what he and his family needed.
Tess Morrison writes from her home in Northern Wisconsin on an antique table she found in the back of a barn. Witty dialogue and sassy characters are what drive her stories. When not putting fingers to keyboard, she can be found knee-deep in her flowerbeds or cooking while enjoying a glass of wine and grooving to the classic rock channel.