By Linda Lael Miller
When unmarried legal professional Steven Creed turns into parent of an orphaned five-year-old boy, he trades his big-city legislations enterprise for a ranch close to his McKettrick relations within the close-knit neighborhood of Stone Creek, Arizona. caring for little Matt and solving up his run-down ranch residence with its previous barn loosens anything tightly wound within him. but if Steven takes at the professional bono safeguard of an area youngster, 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 middle to make this Creed in Stone Creek comprehend he is really discovered home.
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Then he brightened, looking from Brad, who straightened to his full height and must have looked pretty tall to the child against that sunlit Arizona sky, to Meg, then back again. 舡 舠Yeah,舡 Brad admitted, sounding almost shy. 舡 Matt nodded and moved on, over the celebrity aspect of the encounter, evidently. 舡 he announced. 舡 Meg beamed. 舠That舗s great,舡 she said. Matt absorbed her approval like it was sunlight. 舠You could use Brad舗s old tour bus,舡 she told Steven, a few moments later. The two of them had only known each other for about six months; turned out Meg was something of an amateur genealogist, and she舗d tracked him down on the internet and sent him an email.
But it was the idea of leaving her nieces and nephews, not being there, in person, to see them grow up but instead settling for digital photos, phone calls, rare visits and emails that made a hard knot form in her throat. And why was she even thinking these thoughts, anyway? Because Tom had been right, that was why. Steven Creed and his little boy had appeared in her office and, at some point, the earth had moved. Shifted right off its axis. Gravity was suspended. Up was down and down was up, and the proof of that could be stated in one short, simple sentence: She舗d agreed to head the Parade Committee.
Never mind,舡 Melissa said, resigned. Just then, Judge Carpenter appeared behind Andrea, wearing a nifty summer suit some thirty years out of style and a wide grin. His hair was a wild gray nimbus around his face, and his blue eyes danced. He舗d always reminded Melissa of Hal Holbrook, doing his Mark Twain impersonation. P. was holding a steaming cup of coffee in each hand. 舠God bless you,舡 Melissa said. P. chuckled and advanced into the room, pushing the door shut with a jaunty thrust of one heel.