The first entry, Blake's "Adam," describes the coming together of Lara Kincaid, a witch, and Adam Benedict, a high-tech information consultant.
There's lots of lighthearted fun in Graham's "A Night in Paradise," in which love blooms between two playwrights whose grandparents have decided to marry. Initially, Max Wulfson mistakes Aurora Beck for a gold-digging, much-too-young bride, but when he learns the truth, he manages to insinuate himself into her life.
Law enforcement figures return in Palmer's "Garden Cop," the fast-paced story of vacationing FBI agent Curtis Russell. He comes afoul of his mother's pretty neighbor when he accuses her of growing marijuana and nearly gets himself arrested for destroying one of her tomato plants. Soon he and the feisty gardener, who turns out to be prosecutor Mary Ryan, are stumbling around the neighborhood together in an earnest but clumsy attempt to find a missing federal witness.
Jennifer Blake, Heather Graham and Diana Palmer, well-loved voices of romance fiction, bring you three new stories of sultry southern romance. With a Southern Touch will renew your faith in the power of love.
Being an avid fan of Diana Palmer - I was disappointed in this story - Pleasently surprised by the Heather Graham and Jennifer Blake story...If I had to pick all over again - For Diana Palmer I would have saved my credit. :(