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Chase Roberts is the quintessential Good Guy. Attractive, athletic, intelligent and successful, the former college baseball star and one-time major league prospect is the kind of guy any woman would love to take home to Mama. Except there’s one small problem: Chase has never really gotten over his former best friend—and first love—Jolene “Jo” Westwood, who broke his heart as a teen. Now, all grown up with two thriving businesses, Chase has enough to worry about.
Jo Westwood just wants to come home to Del Rio, Texas, help nurse her grandmother back to health and go back to her calm–okay, boring and lonely–life in Austin once the summer’s over. Unfortunately (fortunately?), her best-laid plans come to a screaming halt the moment she accidentally bumps into her former best friend–and first love–Chase Roberts in the feminine hygiene aisle. The cute boy she once knew has become a HOT man. A hot man who seemingly hates her. Great.
As the long, hot summer drags on, Chase and Jo find themselves spending more and more time together, resurrecting not-so dead feelings and putting the past behind them. Unfortunately, summer only lasts so long, and even love may not be able to survive long-held secrets that threaten to tear them apart.
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Texas Wranglers’ ace Matt Roberts had it all: fame, fortune, his dream job. Until one line drive to the head ended it. Well, at least that was the case according to Twitter. Needing time to let his fractured skull heal—along with his psyche—Matt heads home to Del Rio, Texas, with one goal in mind—getting back to baseball. Unfortunately a certain redhead keeps driving him to distraction.
Seventh grade English teacher Jenn McDonnell is not happy that Matt’s come home and is staying with his brother—aka her best friend—while his thick skull heals. And she certainly could do without all the questions their group of friends suddenly has, like, “Why do you hate Matt so much?” Yeah, she totally has no desire to answer that one.
Unfortunately for Jenn the questions aren’t letting up, and unfortunately for Matt he can’t get Jenn off of his mind. Can Jenn put past hurt aside and teach Matt that there’s more to life than baseball? Furthermore, can Matt convince Jenn that this relationship isn’t doomed to strike out?