Date Published: December 1, 2016
Publisher: Dark Hollows
Brianna ran with her daughter from Arizona all the way to Minnesota to escape her blackmailing sister, Kathy. Melinda belonged to Brianna now, not Kathy, who gave her up for adoption to Brianna, and now Kathy suddenly has a desire to be a mother? Ha! There’s money out there for single moms and cold hard cash is the only thing Kathy understands. Besides, Minnesota has something Brianna finds she is very interested in – Hockey.
Okay, maybe not hockey, but one specific hockey player by the name of Devon Saint Martin. Big, gorgeous and wealthy, Devon has it all. Including a long string of stunning ex-girlfriends. So Brianna knows he would have no interest in her plain-Jane looks.
Except, the first time they meet, it was up close and personal and they were both naked.
Devon made it perfectly clear he was not only interested, he wants Brianna AND her daughter. But the man is famous for his “never gonna get married” attitude and there’s no way Brianna is going to fall victim to the devastating “Devon charm” and be yet another notch on the man’s hockey stick.
When some troubling incidents begin to take place, both Devon and Brianna question who could be behind the attempts to harm Brianna, and jeopardize their fledgling romance.
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Teri had beautiful hands. Something I always noticed.
Not that she had manicures all the time or used a special lotion, she just had
naturally beautiful hands. She also had beautiful handwriting. You could always
tell if she wrote a particular note or actually signed the birthday card,
because her handwriting was unique. At least it was to me. She got it from our
mother who was, and is, meticulous about certain things, and her own
handwriting was just one of many she took pride in. That wasn’t the only thing
Teri got from our mother. She got our mother’s beauty, perfect skin, amazing
energy, and keen eye for detail. She also got our mother’s solid common sense
and, along with my other two sisters and my brother, brilliance. Well – maybe
she got some of that from our dad as well. Sadly, I didn’t get any of it, the
hands, the beauty, the common sense or the brilliance. And the handwriting?
Some would say “Good grief, no”. But the one thing Teri and I did have in
common was reading. Oh yes. A passion for both of us and Teri had hundreds and
hundreds of romance paperbacks, all of which, she read. Every single one.
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