Crossing Hearts
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Crossing Hearts by Kimberly Kincaid

12/28/2021

Slow, Southern second chances never burned so hot…

Nothing wrecks Hunter Cross’s composure.
Not working his family’s farm from sunup to sundown.
Not busting up his shoulder on the job.
Not even coming face-to-face with the high school sweetheart
who abandoned their small town—and him—twelve years ago.
Despite the fact that she’s as gorgeous and guarded as ever,
he’ll let Emerson patch him up, good as new,
so he can get back to business.
Nice and easy.

Emerson Montgomery has secrets.
No way is she going to tell anyone why she left
her job as a hotshot physical therapist for a pro football team
to come back to Millhaven.
Especially not sexy, steady, still-pissed Hunter.
Except then she spends time with him.
Starts to trust him.
Definitely remembers why she fell for him.

But will her recent diagnosis of MS
keep her world upside down?
Or will she discover that second chances
really are sweeter…

*****

From USA Today best-selling author Kimberly Kincaid comes a slow-drawl small-town second chance romance. Crossing Hearts contains a laid-back hero who works with his (ahem!) hands, a guarded heroine with a bruised heart, and a scorching standalone romance loaded with sexy, Southern HEA.

Cross Creek series (in reading order):

Crossing Hearts
Crossing the Line
Crossing Promises
Crossing Hope

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