By Linda Lael Miller

ISBN-10: 1426887698

ISBN-13: 9781426887697

When unmarried legal professional Steven Creed turns into parent of an orphaned five-year-old boy, he trades his big-city legislation enterprise for a ranch close to his McKettrick kinfolk within the close-knit group of Stone Creek, Arizona. caring for little Matt and solving up his run-down ranch apartment with its previous barn loosens whatever tightly wound within him. but if Steven takes at the professional bono security of an area youngster, he meets his fit within the opposing counsel—beautiful, by-the-book county prosecutor Melissa O'Ballivan. it will take one grieving little boy, a candy followed puppy and a girl who by no means anticipated to win any man's center to make this Creed in Stone Creek comprehend he is really discovered home.

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Melissa asked, widening her eyes at Tom Parker and laying the splayed fingers of one hand to her chest. Steven Creed and his little boy, Matt, had probably been gone for all of thirty seconds, but it seemed as if they舗d taken all the oxygen in the room away with them, leaving a vacuum. Tom chuckled. 舠Stone Creek has itself a new chairman for the Parade Committee,舡 he said, looking pleased and maybe a little smug on top of that. Then, about to leave, he paused in the doorway to wink at her. 舡 With that, he was gone.

God bless you,舡 Melissa said. P. chuckled and advanced into the room, pushing the door shut with a jaunty thrust of one heel. He set a cup before Melissa and sipped from his own after pulling up a chair facing her desk. P. announced. He wasn舗t much for preambles. Melissa frowned, confused. 舡 she asked, watching the judge over the rim of her cup. P. leaned forward a little way, and dropped his voice to a confidential tone. 舠Steven Creed,舡 he said. Melissa舗s mind flashed on the drop-dead gorgeous man she舗d encountered at the Sunflower that morning.

She and Tom were old friends. Nothing more than that, though舒he was attractive, in a rustic sort of way, if shy, and he舗d been divorced from his high school sweetheart, Shirleen, for years. Everybody in Stone Creek knew he舗d fallen head over heels for Tessa Quinn the day she opened the Sunflower Bakery and Cafȳ舒everybody, that is, except Tessa. 舠Just wanted to remind you that Byron Cahill gets out of jail today,舡 Tom said, looking spiffy in his summer uniform of brown khaki. Melissa felt a mild shiver trip down her spine.

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