Worn down by the unusual demands that come with a life of wealth and privilege, Wyatt is weary of being manipulated by others. When he learns that he and Kara have a two-year-old son, he falsely assumes that she is just like all the other women who have tried to use him for their own deceitful purposes. Actually, she wants nothing to do with him.
Wyatt’s determination to right old wrongs and win Kara back is a formidable task. His presence in her life resurrects all of Kara’s biggest fears and deepest passions. The two of them must learn to love and forgive themselves before they can learn to love and trust one another.
From the time I read my first Nancy Drew mystery, I’ve been an avid reader and writer in a variety of genres. After many years as a wife and mother with a nine-to-five job, the desire to create my own stories became an obsession. While polishing my craft as an unpublished author, I was honored to be named a six-time Golden Heart Finalist and two-time Golden Heart winner by the Romance Writers of America. Finally giving in to the inevitable, I abandoned my day job in order to self-publish the kind of stories I like to read and write. I hope you like them, too.