When Joe MacKinnon totaled Darby Walker's camperized van, it was not 'the cute meet' so popular in today's romance novels-whiplash collars are not romantic. But since Darby is a firm believer in fate, she decides to spend the summer in Brennan's Point, knowing there must be a reason she's here. Fate never steers her wrong. Joe MacKinnon is playing with fire and he isn't the only person who could be burned if he doesn't get this right. If he has any brains, he'd let sexy Darby walk away, but apparently he doesn't have brains. In fact, his decision making skills have come into question every damned day since Darby burst into his family's lives. Soon Darby seems to have her fingers in every pie in town. Change can be good, but Darby's changes tend to be messy, with straight-laced Joe performing the necessary clean-up duties on a semi-regular bases. Still, they make it work - Joe's edges begin to soften and Darby's sense of belonging blossoms. When Darby's version of rescue reveals long held family secrets, Joe and Darby must face the truth of their feelings. Just as they think all is settled, fate plays her trump card and throws them into the terrifying real reason they have come together here in Brennan's Point. Can Darby overcome her personal terrors to rescue the ones she now loves?
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