The Man: Tyler Tremaine. Confident, charming, used to getting his own way.
The Woman: Carrie Wilcox. Warm, wonderful, and a lovely eyeful to boot.
The Problem: Carrie was the single mother . . . of triplets!
When Tyler heard that a widow had moved into the ramshackle house next door, he pictured a kindly silver-haired lady with a twinkle in her eyes. He definitely wasn't prepared for his new neighbor--a feisty, sexy young woman raising a rambunctious set of triplets all by herself.
Tyler had always thought of himself as footloose and fancy-free. And why not? He was handsome, successful, and wasn't exactly short of feminine companionship. So what was it about Carrie that made this very confirmed bachelor feel as if something was missing from his life?