By Linda Lael Miller
When unmarried lawyer Steven Creed turns into dad or mum of an orphaned five-year-old boy, he trades his big-city legislations enterprise for a ranch close to his McKettrick kinfolk within the close-knit neighborhood of Stone Creek, Arizona. caring for little Matt and solving up his run-down ranch condominium with its previous barn loosens whatever tightly wound inside of him. but if Steven takes at the seasoned 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 understand he is actually discovered home.
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I might not like day camp. Anyhow, it’s summer. ” Steven sighed and got to his feet. “Lots of kids do,” he said. ” He extended a hand. “Come on, Tex. Let’s get you back to bed. ” Matt reached for the stuffed skunk, and wound up in the now-tattered blanket he always kept close at hand. Jillie had knitted that herself, especially to bring her and Zack’s infant son home from the hospital in, but the thing had been through some serious wear-and-tear since then. Steven supposed that Matt was too old to be so attached to a baby blanket, but he didn’t have the heart to take it away.
Steven fully intended to settle down in Stone Creek, build a normal life for his young charge and for himself. And to him, normal meant showing up somewhere on weekday mornings and putting in eight hours—whether he needed the paycheck or not. He’d had to fight just to get through high school, let alone prelaw in college, and then earn the graduate degree that had qualified him to take the bar exam—a frustrating variety of learning disorders had all but crippled him early in his life. Although they’d been corrected, thanks to several perceptive teachers, he’d had a lot of catching up to do.
Really. I wouldn’t be any good at organizing a parade. I’ve watched a lot of them, on TV and right here in Stone Creek. I’ve seen Miracle on 34th Street four million times. ” The sheriff colored up a little, under the jaw and around his ears. “You think Aunt Ona was an expert on parades, back when she took over? No, ma’am. She just pushed up her sleeves and plunged right in. ” “There must be someone else who could do this,” Melissa said weakly. But Tom shook his head again, harder this time. “We got the Food Concession Committee, and the Arts and Crafts Show Committee, and the committee to deal with the carnival folks.
A Creed in Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller