***NOTE: This book was written for the secular romance genre and intended for mature readers. It contains love scenes and mild swearing. An older man. A younger woman. The story is as old as time. And if the man is your father's best friend... With everything working against them, can it really be love?
Kay Stockham always wanted to be a writer, ever since the age of seven or eight when she copied the pictures out of a Charlie Brown book and rewrote the story because she didn't like the plot. Through the years her stories changed, but one characteristic stayed true--they were all romances. Each and every one of her manuscripts included a love story, and a happy ending. Published in 2005 with Harlequin Superromance, Kay has been recognized for her emotional, contemporary-set stories, garnering a long list of awards. Montana Secrets hit #7 on the best-seller list, and Kay's novels have been nominated for the HOLT Medallion, Book Buyers Best and RITA Award. She has published fourteen books with Harlequin Superromance, a novella with Berkley Publishing, and four titles to date with Kindred Spirits Publishing. Her books are read world-wide, and she has nearly one million books in print. Born and raised in Kentucky, she now calls southern Ohio home. She shares her life with her husband and two children. For more information on Kay, please visit her website at KayStockham.com, on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.