Accounting for Love - Erin Wright

Accounting for Love

By Erin Wright

  • Release Date: 2018-03-05
  • Genre: Western
Score: 4.5
From 31 Ratings


Is she the answer to his dreams…or the person who will be forced to destroy them?
He’s a farmer, dammit, not a bookkeeper
When Stetson Miller inherits his father’s farm in Idaho, he’s too focused on crops and yields to pay attention to the financial side of things. The next thing he knows, he’s got a stack of unpaid bills, the bank is threatening to foreclose…and the auditor who’s come to examine his accounts is the sexiest thing he’s ever laid eyes on. 
But she’s a city girl, just like the last one who left him at the altar. He'll guard his heart – but he can't help wanting her.

She’s checking him out, in more ways than one
Jennifer Kendall doesn’t mind a tough job, but the handsome Stetson is trouble of a different kind. When he isn’t making her mad, he’s filling her head with all sorts of forbidden fantasies. 
The sparks between them fly even faster when the road washes out and Jennifer has to spend the night on the farm. But passion alone won’t pay the bills. Can Jennifer find a way for Stetson to save his farm? 
And if she can’t, will he ever forgive her?

Accounting for Love is the first novel in the Long Valley world, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!


In March of 2018, this book was rewritten, reimagined, redone, and every other re-word you can imagine, all based on the original version that was released in October of 2016. I hope you love this reworked version as much as I do. ~Erin Wright


  • Good book

    By sisters_70s
    This series is good and I can’t wait to read the rest of them I feel like I know them and their trials I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Adored it!!

    By 777sails
    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I also picked up a copy on Amazon. I am voluntarily reviewing this book. I loved the first edition of this book. I really didn't see why it needed a rewrite but after reading this version, I absolutely adore it. The characters are so realistic and wonderful. I just adore how Stetson and Jennifer came together. I was enthralled with their story from the beginning all over again. I really hated to see this book end. I am going to have to re-read the rest of the series now. I highly recommend this story to anyone. There are some really great scenes where you will be laughing very hard. It is something that we all need, laughter!!!
  • Stunning!

    By Barbk1202
    I loved the original but I’m totally IN LOVE with the rewrite! It’s an amazing story that just got better. Erin Wright’s many talents shine through in this beautiful story of conflict and live overcoming all! A recommended read for everyone!
  • Accounting For Love Redux

    By Keryth68
    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I’ve been a fan of Erin’s work for over a year now and I am just as happy today, that I found the original Accounting For Love, as I was when I first read it! I have to say that while I thoroughly enjoyed the Redux, I didn’t like it any more OR any less than the Original. Both are quite entertaining with interesting and passionate characters. If you are considering reading Accounting For Love and can’t decide which version to read, you can’t go wrong with either one, IMO. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Accounting for Love

    By Qab854
    This is the first book in the Long Valley series which is about Stetson and Jennifer. The revised storyline was well written and the characters are fantastic. I really love Carmelita and how she takes care of Stetson and Jennifer. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Accounting for Love adds up to a wonderful story!

    By Kymreads
    Accounting for Love - updated, revised and expanded which results in additional humor, deeper plot development, expanded scenes, change in pace, etc., all of which takes the best aspects of the original story and makes it just that much better! Stetson is a farmer facing foreclosure and Jennifer is the banking accountant sent to audit his books - which, of course, puts Stetson on the defensive immediately. But there’s an attraction there too... Both main characters, Stetson and Jennifer, have issues from their past that shape how they view themselves today, which in turn effects their interactions with each other. With the expanded story, we get more in-depth characterization which allows a stronger connection to both characters, identifying more with what each one is feeling. This makes the entire story more satisfying! The supporting characters provide further strength and depth to the story. I especially enjoyed Carmelita - housekeeper, grandmother figure, not afraid to speak her mind! And the epilogue is just perfect! Whether you are just beginning the Long Valley series or you’ve read the original version of Accounting for Love, you will thoroughly enjoy reading this one!
  • Accounting for Love (2.0)

    By Annomonity
    A great book by Erin Wright. Great revised version similar as previously written but with more flair.A must read!