Pat (Calter Creek Book 2)

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Totally wrong for her

Life is good in Calter Creek, Ohio. Pat Fraser loves her comfortable little house in a peaceful, 1940s neighborhood. So when she learns of plans to build a mall in the vacant lot across the street, she sees red. She hates concrete monstrosities.

She’s not overly fond of the developers, either. Especially Alan Carmichael, who’d been her supervisor two decades ago. He’d made her working life hell back then. He’s a man with his eye on the main chance, and she wants nothing to do with him. Period.

Even though he tempts her as no man has in years.

Unfortunately, to make the mall something she can live with, she’s forced to work with Alan.

Meeting Pat again affects Alan in unexpected ways. No longer an unkempt kid in a hardhat, she’s become sleek and self-confident—and more than a little alluring. What started as an uneasy working relationship becomes, in his mind, a seduction.

But Pat wants more than he’s willing to give. Can she even consider a relationship with a hard man who’s never known love? Can an abandoned kid and a dog show him the way to open his own heart?


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