Her Unexpected Family (Sweetwater Springs, #2) by Carol BurnsideThis book is the second in the Sweetwater Springs series of stand-alone books by this author.
Former bad boy, Travis Baxter, has a reputation to live down, a job to do fast, and one woman he can’t seem to avoid. He’s starting a 24/7 renovation flip on Claire’s beauty salon when a surprise appears at his door . . . a three-year-old son. Immediate custody brings Travis a major problem. He needs a nanny.
Claire Larkin glimpsed a rare and appealing side of Travis during one ill-fated date, but her personal policy is no involvement, no strings. Not even a pet until she’s pronounced cancer free. With free time until her salon is done, Claire pitches in to help the grieving little boy and stunned father. Despite her best efforts to resist, she and Travis succumb to their attraction.
When it appears Claire’s cancer has returned, she pulls away and Travis is faced with a seemingly impossible decision. Protect his son from another loss or support the woman he’s come to love?
Warning: This book contains hair salon gossip, hunky construction workers, sex in the shower, sudden humor and it might tempt you to gorge on pizza and brownies. Even so, at certain points the reader may wish to keep tissues handy.
Fans of Tanya Michaels, Jill Shalvis, Susan Mallery and Brenda Novak’s Whiskey Creek books will enjoy this series, which contains sensual romance against a backdrop of family and community.
Book 1: A Suitable Wife (Rosie and Sam), January, 2014
Book 3: His Small Town Princess (J.T. and Cass) 2014
Other titles are planned for this series.
Cedric Burnside - Give It To You
Burnside November 23, — September 1, was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He played music for much of his life but received little recognition before the early s. In the latter half of that decade, Burnside recorded and toured with Jon Spencer , garnering crossover appeal and introducing his music to a new fan base in the punk and garage rock scenes.
Cedric O. Burnside born August 26,  is an American electric blues drummer, guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is the son of blues drummer Calvin Jackson  and grandson of blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist R. Amongst many others, Burnside has played drums, either live or on record, with R. Burnside, and the extended family. By the age of 13, he began to tour with his grandfather's band, as a drummer.
Malone, Miss. TLV — The North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic , now in its 9th year, honors a long tradition of community and family gathering that has its beginnings in the culturally rich traditions of the African American community of North Mississippi. The Burnside family is also well-known for their family picnics where the family congregates on Sundays to cook and play music—and the tradition continues to this day. Three of R. And if you count Kenny Brown, which you should—R.
November 19, In Artists , Essays , Featured. J: You play both drums and guitar and I wanted to ask you, which one came first, and do your styles on each instrument kind of relate to each other? C: I started playing guitar about twelve years ago, ah, you know I just started writing songs, maybe six, seven years ago, on the guitar, ah, and over the years of playing guitar, I wrote a few songs of my own, and, you know, was able to go into the studio and record and make a CD — — working on a second one as well. C: Yeah, Linda… Linda Jackson. Yeah… by marriage. Linda Burnside, now Linda Burnside Jackson.