by Mary Leask
David is put off by this woman who wears a hardhat and workboots--thinking she will be opinionated and hard to work with--and doesn't hide his displeasure. She assumes that a man who has two doctorate degrees and looks down on working women must be the arrogant and pedantic type. He questions her competency, gets underfoot when she works, and both aggravates and amuses her.
But their cold first impressions slowly give way to intense feelings that build up with little regard to the barriers between them. Soon, David realizes that Carolyn has not only repaired his house, she has filled the rooms of his heart with love.
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