Jeri watched Ely walk to his car. He looked ragged with his dark hair tousled, but sexy in his jeans and plain black T-shirt. She remembered the colour of his eyes, like the blue of the ocean. Smiling, she placed her cup on the bench and thought about his
comment it’s kind of on the tip of my tongue to call you a liar.
She liked his twisted honesty.
When she walked into her office, she was surprised to see that he’d made an effort to cover most of her furniture and carpet. A man who thought about the mess his work created. She started to like him.
“Forgot my keys.”
Jeri whirled around in surprise and almost lost her balance.
He reached for her arm. “Whoa, what did you have in that tea?”
her age. Despite feeling unjustly judged, when she unexpectedly runs into him
again, she finds it hard to ignore Ely’s charm.
age. After all, it had only been a date, not a lifetime commitment. When his carpentry business takes him right to the woman he bailed out on, his guilt
turns into regret when he finds out she’s everything a man could hope for. How
can he convince Jeri he made a big mistake?