Two people not looking for a relationship, but desperate for companionship meet. Tess Cameron has her life mapped out. Widowed, she is raising her daughter and getting ready to start her own business. She has roots. Jordan Trask is leaving a life that has left him burnt out and unsure what the future might hold. A no-strings relationship seems the perfect idea for both, until feelings that aren't a part of the deal arise on both sides. With a wonderful sense of small town charm and warmth, Sharon Swan shines in HOME-GROWN HUSBAND (2), though some readers might not appreciate the early revelation of these characters' motivations. (#928)

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson