Hunter Jackson was on top of the world when that phone call came.His third X Games title still fresh, a female in his lap, and sponsors ready to offer him any deal he wanted–the kid from California had made it big. And then his phone rang. And it kept ringing. And that news that no one wants was waiting for him on the other line. “It’s Mom,” his sister said. And like that, his world changed. Months later, Hunter isn’t skating–he’s at home, taking care of his mom, and keeping the rest of his family together, flipping houses to pay for the medical bills that just keep piling up. In need of a new foreman, Hunter gets a shock when Isabel Rojas shows up to his job site, more gorgeous than any woman he can ever remember, and a mouth that whips of Spanish insults with deadly precision.Isa comes from a house full of dominant men ready to tell her what to doâshe loves them, but she refuses to be the woman who takes orders from a man for the rest of her life. Sheâs determined to be independent: her own apartment, her own job, her own person. In a family as large and committed to each other as hers, this is not an easy task. Two years of community college, an AA in construction management, and halfway through her apprenticeship as an electrician, Isa knows what she wants, and sheâs on a mission to claim it.When she shows up on Hunter Jacksonâs job site, she has a chip on her shoulder, and an already formed opinion about the kind of man he is: rich, entitled, careless. The kind who broke her sisterâs heart years agoâthe kind Isa swore she would never let into her own life.But plans donât always work the way we want. Assumptions can be wrong, people can change, and hearts donât always listen to logic.
I am not sure what is wrong with me (if there is something wrong) but it seem I hit a patch of books that are not fully developing their potential. At least if you ask me for my opinion. Just this morning I was asking my co-blogger if I might be spoiled ?