This book is actually a reissue of 'A little Dare' and 'Thorn's Challenge' both great books. Shelley was Dare Westmoreland's childhood love, he broke up with her so he could pursue his career, and Shelley didn't inform him that he was going to be a father. Fast forward fifteen years later, Shelley and her son return to her hometown, and her teenaged son gets caught defacing public property by the town sheriff unbeknown to both of them; they are father and son, and the teen is made to work in town as a punishemnt. Dare Westmoreland is shocked to find that the mother of the rebellious young teen is his childhood sweetheart. It doesn't take long for him to work out that the child's birth date means that he's the child's father. Finding that out is less of a shock than the realisation that he never stopped loving her, and he sets out to prove that he wants his son, and his son's mother.
Motor bike designer and racer, Thorn Westmoreland thinks that his sister friend, Dr Tara is hot, but what he doesn't know is that she's 'Thorn's Challenge'.
Now all you readers, who read Ms Jackson's books get on with writing at least one review.