Mass Market Paperbound
192 pages, 6.62 × 4.21 × 0.5 in
June 3, 2014
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0373487150
ISBN - 13: 9780373487158
Read from the Book
Susan Hill waved goodbye to her best friend, Keira, as she walked out the door of Keira's candy shop. "See you." She laughed at the silly look on her friend's face then turned and smacked into a hard body. Oof.Strong fingers gripped her arm and a masculine voice close to her ear held remorse. "Susan, you okay?"She jerked free of his touch, yet her skin tingled where his fingers had held her arms. She let her breath out slowly then braced herself to look into the deep mocha eyes that still haunted her dreams. "Blake." Why had he returned to Leavenworth? She took a step back. "Um. What are you doing here?""Katie wanted candy." A corner of his mouth lifted, lighting a smile in his eyes. "You look good. I see you're still into Goth. The purple streaks are cool."The young girl standing beside him couldn't be more than eight or nine, but Susan was never good at guessing ages. A sick feeling gripped her stomach as she counted the years since she had last seen him. He wouldn'tit's not possible."Are you sure you're okay?"His gentle voice softened her defenses and almost lulled her into forgetting their pastalmost. She tightened her lips and balled her hands into fists. First thing tomorrow she'd dye her hair a solid color. She pulled her attention from the child and glanced down at her long lacy skirt and black platform sandals. One of her favorite combos. "It's not really Goth. I just like wearing black." Crossing her arms, she narrowed her eyes. "What brings you back to town?" The
From the Publisher
SUSAN HILL ISN'T READY TO FORGIVE
The small-town CPA can't forget how Blake Mitchell jilted her and left their hometown without an explanation. But when her first love returns to Leavenworth, the ruggedly handsome writer evokes conflicting emotions, especially when Susan meets the child she assumes is his daughter.
Since his parents' deaths six years ago, Blake's been raising his little sister on his own. But he's never forgotten the woman he left behind. Now, he can't undo the past, but maybe he can change the future
if he can convince Susan to give him one more chance.