Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller
Linda Lael Miller welcomes you home to Parable, Montana -- where love awaits.

With his father's rodeo legacy to continue and a prosperous spread to run, Walker Parrish has no time to dwell on wrecked relationships. But country-western sweetheart Casey Elder is out of the spotlight and back in Parable, Montana. And Walker can't ignore that his "act now, think later" passion for Casey has had consequences. Two teenage consequences!

Keeping her children's paternity under wraps has always been part of Casey's plan to give them normal, uncomplicated lives. Now the best way to hold her family together seems to be to let Walker be a part of it -- as her husband of convenience. Or will some secrets -- like Casey's desire to be the rancher's wife in every way -- unravel, with unforeseen results?
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It all started with a broken condom, a career and scared cowboy.

Walker one fine cowboy and rancher has alway kept the secret Casey wanted. She wanted the world to never know who her children's father was. The pain of watching them grow, and flounder without being able to be there was difficult. It is getting harder to hold his tongue, now that they are living s close. he wants to claim his children.
Casey, a singer, famous and hunted by reporters, wants things to stay as they are. She is afraid her children will hate her after they learn of her lies. She cowers in her fear, dragging the inevitable out. She runs out of time when a reporter figures out just what has been going on and spreads it across the internet. She makes a choice and charges ahead with it.

*What a ride this one was*. It was the first one of her series where I didn't like the female lead. She was selfish, career centered and cruel. Some may disagree on that she does some charitable good things here. Too me, she was terrible, she stole important life times away from the father, and the comfort of a father from her children. Why? Her career. Then her reasoning behind her action just fell flat for me. She treated Walker and the children terrible. Yes, she irked me ! I loved the book anyway.
I love this author's writing, it is always a real good ride !
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