She'll never go back.
Street smart, creative, and ambitious, Nova Kinsley arrives at the illegal bordello in Federal, Idaho to work as a prostitute for the next three months. The timing and location couldn't be more perfect. She finally gets to reconnect with her only remaining relatives…her cousins. Her plan to keep her private life separated from her professional life crumbles when her cousins' neighbor refuses to take no for an answer, and she runs out of lies.
He's settled and ready.
Emmett Parker enjoys working at his auto parts store, coming home to his single-wide trailer, and the tight-knit community at Bitterroot Trailer Park. He has friends, pays his bills on time, and most weeks he has money left over for beer. Life couldn’t get better. Until a high-class woman hiding her down-home roots keeps showing up next door, and he finds himself wanting the upheaval that comes with her.
No one but her cousin knows what she does. Nova goes against the rules and breaks out at night to visit with her cousin at the trailer park located outside of town. Her first night out and she meets Emmett, the owner of the local auto parts store and the manager of the Bitterroot Trailer Park.
I love the interaction between this "tough as nails" girl who just secretly wants to be treasured and Emmett, the gentle guy who wants to settle down. He loves living in the park. There is comfort and a sense of family there for him, but for Nova, its a constant reminder of abandonment.
Debra Kayn's new series is quite different, but in true fashion for her writing skills, she makes us see people as just that - people. Whether it is a biker, an excon, a prostitute, or a kind man, Debra creates characters and stories that pull us in and makes us think beyond the outward facades.