Hummingbird Hollow

Toni Littlebird believes God has created someone especially for her. When she meets him, she’ll know he’s The One, and she will love him. But that’s before Dax Hendrick roars into Hummingbird Hollow on a noisy, crippled Harley, spitting stinky filth into the air and scaring away Toni’s beloved hummingbirds. Dax sports over-long hair, an unkempt beard, and a condescending attitude toward her ancestral home. Toni takes one look into his mesmerizing blue-green eyes and…she knows. This uncivilized creature is “The One.” She’d been right about knowing him, but wrong about something far more important: She will never love him.

Why God sent Dax to this beautiful place is a mystery, and it’s clear he can’t expect any answers from the lovely but unsympathetic owner of Inn the Hollow—a haphazardly constructed dwelling that goes against every professional rule in Dax’s area of expertise. He hopes to get the green light on getting out of there before the uneven corners, crooked floor slats, and random construction wither his architectural creativity.

Is it possible that, between God’s gentle leading and a lesson or two from the fascinating hummingbirds that populate the hollow, Dax and Toni will open their hearts to each other? Or will their stubborn wills ruin God’s beautiful gift of love?

Hollywood agent Cass Townsend makes a more-than-satisfactory living helping talented, “wannabe” actors become stars.

Thanks to a younger brother who made it big in Hollywood and then estranged himself from his family, rugged Texas horse rancher Ryder Hayes sports oversized chips on both very broad shoulders toward celebrities. He’s not convinced any good at all can come out of Hollywood.

She’s prim and proper to a fault. He’s laid back and fun-loving, with a streak of pure mischief. Ryder’s a good man, but not a Christian—not by a Texas mile. Cass can’t remember missing a single Sunday service since childhood.

They’re the epitome of polar opposites, and never the twain shall meet…or so the saying goes. But things don’t always happen quite as one might expect in Hummingbird Hollow.

Teela is happy teaching dance, leading a praise dance team at church, and loving little Kinsley. On a rare vacation with the child she now considers her own, Teela visits Hummingbird Hollow, expecting only to stop for a day or two of rest before continuing the cross-country road trip she has planned for the two of them. But Inn the Hollow isn’t just any bed and breakfast…and the man she meets there isn’t just any man. Still, Teela has vowed to focus all her energies on her daughter, and she won’t let a handsome face and charming manner sway her resolve.

Booth Meadows—successful therapist to Hollywood’s rich and famous—is fed up, worn down and burnt out. On a spur-of-the-moment break, he trails a friend to Hummingbird Hollow, and is delighted to find one-time celebrity Teela Vincent staying at the same bed and breakfast. Booth has admired the beautiful dancer since he spotted her on a television competition dance show a couple of years ago. But he must do so only from a distance. She needs a husband who can be a good dad, and Booth has a long bloodline of reasons to never be a dad.

What will happen when these two burning stars collide?

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