A few years ago, the tiny village of Grafton, Illinois, nestled along the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, was completely destroyed by flood. Mac Coalson sets about the arduous task of saving what could be save using his construction company to help rebuild bigger and better homes for the community.
When vandals strike the new construction, it was up to Mac and his brothers to catch the culprit before anyone is hurt. While laying a trap, Mac thought he had captured the criminal, instead, he finds sassy spitfire, Dixie Harris, has stolen his heart.
Sam Coalson, ex-Navy SEAL, was run off fifteen years ago by the father of his high school sweetheart. He can’t forgive Angel Devereaux for her part in his humiliation, but he can and will find out who is behind the destruction of Mac’s construction business.
Charming Chance Coalson helps his brother run their construction business with a ready smile and a strong back. Considered the “Casanova of the County”, his love for women is legendary. Now this “bad boy” has become a one-woman man, and he must convince a shy firefighter he’s worthy of her love.
With only a small clue to the whereabouts of the arsonist, Lawrence “Lucky” Coalson heads to Las Vegas. While posing as a bouncer, Lucky finds himself ensnared by the lovely bartender, Claudia. But, like Lucky, she’s not what she appears to be and what happens in Vegas follows Lucky back home with unimaginable consequences.
Brandon and Nick foil an attempt to assassinate a pretty private eye and her sweet sister. Together with Sam and his best SEAL buddies, Jax and Noah, they vow to bring the ringleader to justice and rid their town of the criminals. Not to mention that the new secretary is definitely hiding something and it’s going to take all of Brandon’s sensuous skills to find her secret before a psycho ends her life.
But nothing goes according to plan, and the men must fight Mother Nature, a murderer, and the local law enforcement. When Lucky’s luck runs out, the private eye sisters forge a bond with the brothers to find the real killer.Maggie Adams