Book Four: When the Stars Come Out
Willa Brown is on the run from past mistakes and dangers. Cottonbloom was supposed to be a pit stop on her way to a bigger city. But for the first time in years, she’s found a place that feels safe, and her job as a mechanic at Abbott Brothers Garage and Restoration enables her to cobble together her life again. Deep down, she knows the sense of safety is an illusion and that she’s grown too attached to Cottonbloom and the Abbott brothers. One brother in particular. Not that Jackson Abbott will ever view her as anything except a tom-boy mechanic in baggy coveralls. Willa is perfectly content with her unrequited crush, because it’s safe too. Until it isn’t.
Quiet, thoughtful Jackson is the opposite of his outgoing twin, Wyatt, in looks and temperament, but he has an unmatched passion for cars—fixing them, restoring them, racing them. He’s content with the routine ebb and flow of his days. Except things are changing and changing fast. With the future of the garage at a crossroads, he senses his right-hand woman Willa has shifted from steady and reliable into a flight risk. The thought of her leaving the garage—and him—injects a new desperation to keep her at his side as more than just a mechanic.
Having her long-time crush finally see her as more than a wrench-turner should be Willa’s dream come true, but when her past comes calling will their burgeoning relationship survive?
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