By Linda Lael Miller
When unmarried legal professional Steven Creed turns into father or mother of an orphaned five-year-old boy, he trades his big-city legislation enterprise for a ranch close to his McKettrick family within the close-knit neighborhood of Stone Creek, Arizona. taking good care of little Matt and solving up his run-down ranch condo with its previous barn loosens whatever tightly wound inside of him. but if Steven takes at the seasoned bono security of an area teenager, 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 lady who by no means anticipated to win any man's center to make this Creed in Stone Creek comprehend he is really chanced on home.
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She was healthy. She had kin, people who loved her. Stone Creek Ranch, with its long and colorful history, was still home. She had a fine education, no mortgage, a jazzy car custom-built to look just like a 1954 MG Roadster, and enough money socked away to retire at forty if she wanted to. Which she probably wouldn’t, but that wasn’t the point, was it? For Melissa, success meant having options. It meant freedom. A. or New York—she could do that. There was nothing to tie her down: she could simply resign from her present position, rent out her house or even sell it, say another goodbye to Stone Creek and boogie.
I’m only five years and three months old,” he said, in belated reply to Steven’s question, in that oddly mature way of his. ” The little guy had skipped the baby-talk stage entirely; he hadn’t even tried to talk until he was past two, but he’d spoken in full sentences from then on. ” Steven teased, raising one eyebrow. “If you weren’t so short, I’d say you were lying about your age. ” The joke, a well-worn favorite, fell flat. Matt’s small shoulders moved with the force of his sigh, and he leaned a little more heavily into Steven’s side.
P. leaned forward a little way, and dropped his voice to a confidential tone. “Steven Creed,” he said. Melissa’s mind flashed on the drop-dead gorgeous man she’d encountered at the Sunflower that morning. He and the little boy were probably the only people in town she didn’t know, since she’d grown up on a ranch just outside of Stone Creek. Except for college and law school, and then a stint in Phoenix, working for the Maricopa County prosecutor, she’d lived in the community all her life. So, by process of elimination… “Oh,” she said.
A Creed in Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller