Click on image to enlarge.
eBook by Laura Browning
eBook Category: Romance
eBook Description: Can love survive a night he can't remember but one she'll never forget? Anna Barlow is giving herself a fresh start, leaving everything about her old life behind. With a new name, a new career and a new look, everything about her has changed since the night her daughter Becca was conceived. Anna finds out just how different she looks when an emergency farm call brings her face to face with her baby's father...and he has no idea who she is. Chris Stevenson is on hiatus from the world of competitive show-jumping. He's returned to the family farm to get his life back in order. Nothing's been right for the past year... not since the night that has remained a blank in his memory. When he meets the area's newest veterinarian, Chris feels two things--instant lust and that he's met her somewhere before. As they struggle to reconcile the night he can't remember, both Chris and Anna must learn to trust each other and the idea of what family really means.
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., Published: 2011, 2011
Fictionwise Release Date: November 2011
2 Reader Ratings:
Chris watched Anna as she walked away from him. Her mop of curly black hair glinted with blue highlights every time she crossed beneath one of the lights in the aisle. She might be petite, but he saw now why Redfield had hired her. She was a brilliant veterinarian. More than that, despite the fatigue nagging at him, he realized he wanted her.
Forget tall and blonde. She was the woman he'd waited for, but he'd already read the signs loud and clear. She not only was not looking for a relationship, she didn't appear to want one with him in particular, and that puzzled him more than anything else. He was washing his hands and forearms when he heard her footfalls returning. Becca nestled against her, one sleepy fist curled against her mother's chest.
"I'm sorry, I had to bring her in. It felt warm in the truck to me, so I was afraid to leave her."
Chris stared at the pale, golden curls on the baby's head. "It's okay. I'm sure between the two of us we can handle her and a mare and foal." Anna smiled and recognition once again nagged at the edge of his consciousness.