In Solid Soul, we meet Chance Steele, who is a widower with a teen age son. Chance is thrown into a meeting with Kylie Hagan, his son's Marcus' new friend, Tiffany's mother. Marcus and Tiffany decide it is way past time that their parents start dating again. Therefore, they concoct an imaginary love story between Marcus and Tiffany, knowing how Chance and Kylie feel about teenagers getting seriously involved. However, Marcus and Tiffany's plan works out just right for them when the tray is turned and their parents, Chance and Kylie fall into the web of love. Kylie is reluctant at first to become involved with Chance or any other man, but Chance is not just any other man -- he is a Steele, who knows what he wants, goes after what he wants, and does not give up until he has accomplished his goal. This is an exciting, sometimes funny, but also very serious story of love and romance and family issues. I love the way Ms. Jackson ties in the real life issues in her stories and this one is no exception.
In a real world there was no way flower shop owner Kylie Hagan would ever meet up with millionaire Chance Steele. But the world of single parents and teenage hormones brought them together the first time-and a simmering passion they both tried to deny wouldn't keep them apart for long.
In the real world there was no way flower shop owner Kylie Hagan would ever meet up with millionaire Chance Steele. But the world of single parents and teenage hormones brought them together the first time--and a simmering passion they both tried to deny wouldn't keep them apart for long.
Chance made her think of hot,sultry Southern nights. Kylie had him imagining satin sheets and soul-stirring kisses. But in the cold light of day, they had to resist each other. There was no way they'd let uncontrollable desire ignite their carefully protected hearts.