Baker & Taylor Cader Harris, a poor boy from the wrong side of the tracks who has become a professional football player, returns to his hometown of Hayden, Louisiana where his magnetic attraction to women and his new position as Public Relations Advisor for Delta Oil creates havoc
Baker & Taylor Returning home eighteen years after being paid by his girlfriend's father to leave town, Cade Harris is shocked to discover that he has a son, and that another old flame wants to stake her claim on Cade as well. Reissue.
Simon and Schuster The “imaginative” (Booklist) #1 New York Times bestseller praised for her “real and endearing” characters (Los Angeles Times), rekindles our romance with this enchanting classic novel in which a man reunites with two long lost loves in his small southern hometown—and discovers some passions never die out.
Cader Harris shook the dust of Hayden, Louisiana from his feet eighteen years ago, aided by his football prowess, his movie-star good looks—and most of all by a handsome payoff from Foster Doyle Hayden, who thought that Cader wasn’t good enough for his daughter, Irene.
When Irene married someone else and too few months later gave birth, Cader was shocked. He kept his side of the bargain, but now a secret oil deal gives him an excuse to see his son and the tempestuous woman he should have claimed long ago.
But before Irene there was Sunday Waters, who gave Cader her heart and soul. Then Irene snapped her fingers and Cader came running. Now Cader will discover how much can change when girls become women…and that sometimes a dwindling fire can reignite a blaze hotter than before.