ISBN#: 9781946772497
JUNE 2017
Tule Publishing Group
140 Pages
Rating: 5 Cups

Hannie Reynolds moved back to the mountain ridge she grew up on. The past is something she is ashamed of, but she is determined it is time to move forward even if it means living where the fires burn.

Dylan Knight bought his parents property on Reynolds Ridge when they wanted to sell because a Knight has always lived on the land. When he discovers the one woman he could never get out of his heart is living down the hill, he is determined to find out what went wrong.

One’s bitter and vengeful heart led to years of misery for Dylan and Hannie. Both are determined to put a stop to it. When disaster strikes, can Dylan and Hannie hold onto each other, or will the past and present extinguish the fire between the lovers?

I absolutely loved the story of Hannie and Dylan. There was enough anguish to tug on the heartstrings, but very little denial which can be annoying for those who are always voting on love. The storyline is interesting and moves at a pace which appeases the romantic at heart and the skeptic who believe love takes time to grow. Ms. Purman provides the perfect view of the future, leaving the reader satisfied that true love fights for what the heart wants. I recommend Long Hot Summer for readers who like the story to get a little hot.

Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

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