This was a delightful romance with a meddling grandfather, a reformed street kid turned cop, and an innocent and brainy heroine. I loved their verbal sparring and the characterization of their extended family. It's a quick read that brought to mind Nora Robert's MacGregor series.
always at odds and a match in heaven. A grandfather see between the lines and goes to bat for love.
Another good Sherryl Woods book and a great beach read.
The first time Penny Hayden and Sam Roberts met as teenagers, she stormed off in an outraged huff. The second time. nine years later, she hauled off and kicked him in the shin! It was then that Penny's grandfather knew they were a match made in heaven... Oh, sure, Penny said that Sam was an insensitive jerk. And Sam insisted that he didn't need anyone in his perfectly solitary life. But her grandfather could read between the denials. And even if it was the last thing he accomplished, he vowed they would fall in love!