By Susan Mallery
Again in highschool, Liz Sutton was once the lady from the incorrect part of the tracks. Then she'd stolen the center of the most well-liked boy on the town, and their mystery romance helped her throughout the worst of occasions. until eventually Ethan Hendrix betrayed her and every little thing they'd ever intended to one another. Devastated and pregnant, Liz left Fool's Gold, California--forever, she thought....
Now Liz needs to go back to city and face the guy who doesn't understand in their son's lifestyles. And this time she won't give you the chance of constructing a brief getaway. Ethan and Liz can't deny their passionate allure, even in any case those years. yet will their wish be sufficient to spark a moment probability at love?
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Not a very big one, but still…“Zeke has been acting funny—staying out late, not talking about things. ” Riley swore and grabbed her arm again. “All right. ” He didn’t and he started walking, dragging her along with him. ” she asked. “Inside. We have to talk. ” “I don’t think he is. He just doesn’t seem the type. ” Riley stopped on the front porch. Light from the big fixture by the front door illuminated his perfect features—dark eyes, high cheekbones and the kind of mouth that made normally reasonable women want to run out and do something really, really sinful.
The flash! How could she have forgotten about the flash? “Because I use the camera to take pictures of wedding cakes, not to spy on people,” she muttered as she scrambled back to her feet and started running toward the car. There was no sign of Alexis, nor did Gracie know if she’d actually gotten a picture of anything. Not that it mattered. ” As the forceful command was accompanied by something hard and very gunlike being jabbed between her shoulder blades, Gracie did as instructed. She froze. “What the hell are you up to?
I don’t think he is. He just doesn’t seem the type. ” Riley stopped on the front porch. Light from the big fixture by the front door illuminated his perfect features—dark eyes, high cheekbones and the kind of mouth that made normally reasonable women want to run out and do something really, really sinful. He still wore an earring, but a diamond stud had replaced the gold hoop she remembered so well. “We didn’t have a meeting,” he said flatly. ” The churning got worse. Gracie pulled free of Riley’s grip and rubbed her stomach.