They’ll either melt or raze their lives to the ground…
Kezia Murphy plays her widow card well. When you don’t trust people not to let you down, it’s easier to not get involved—and getting involved with a man who makes her skin sizzle just by looking at him would be una pazzia—crazy! Four years ago while Kezia’s daughter, Zoe, battled leukaemia, a tragic accident stole her husband’s life. Starting over in the little town of Oban where she’s adopted into the close knit community on Stewart Island, Kezia and her daughter are all the family the other needs. Except Zoe yearns for more.
New Zealand’s worst candidate for instant father-hood…
Ben doesn’t do gooey emotional stuff. He doesn’t do cosy home and family. And he sure isn’t the big teddy-bear Kezia Murphy, the woman he secretly fantasises about, thinks he is. So when Jade, his surprise eight-year-old daughter arrives on his doorstep, he’s a D-minus student struggling to pass a crash-course in parenting. When the sparks of attraction between Kezia and Ben fan into an inferno, Ben doesn’t know how much longer the layers of resistance around his heart can resist melting into the gooey mess he fears. The more he fights it the harder it is to make the choice that will destroy the family he now longs to claim.
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What Reviewers are saying about Melting Into You
4.5 Stars!! Ben MELTED my heart! It’s official…I’m hooked on this series! I want to jump on a plane and fly to this island, because apparently they grow them big and HOT in New Zealand…men that is!!!
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~Swept Away By Romance
If you’ve read In Too Deep, then you HAVE to read this book too; but even if you haven’t read In Too Deep, you can enjoy Melting Into You all the same, because it’s a beautiful, sexy and romantic story, with strong chemistry between the two main characters and lots of funny moments that will bring a silly grin to your face.
Melting Into You has it all, from touching family drama to off-the-charts sexual chemistry.
~Becky on Books & Quilts