To hell with being friends.
He ducked his head, then moved in to kiss the woman on her doorstep.
A fleeting kiss.
He didn't go for sexy or overpowering or anything beyond a sweet meeting of their lips for old times' sake.
Even so, the chaste kiss surprised him–how soft her lips were, how right they felt, how she hadn't resisted, how kissing her opened a flood of tender feelings he'd kept tucked away.
Julie Sterling hadn't wanted to return to her hometown.
She hasn't lived there since leaving thirteen years before, heart broken and pregnant.
When she loses her parents in an accident she has no choice but to go back where it all began, and try to raise and protect her son.
Trevor still remembers Julie from that summer night all those years ago.
The nurse and the doctor have changed a lot from their younger selves but even after all this time they're drawn to each other.
When Julie reveals to Trevor the true consequence of that night was a son he'd never known it's the second time she's taking a risk with the handsome cowboy.
And maybe this time is their story can have a happy ending…
Life has a way of sometimes putting two hearts exactly where they belong in this sexy–sweet single dad second–chance romance.