Sometimes going back is the best way to start over Candy shop owner Charlotte Caine knows temptation. To reboot her life, shed weight and gain perspective, she's passing up sweet enticements left and right. But willpower doesn't come so easily when hell-raiser Spencer Gregory comes back to Hope's Crossing, bringing with him memories of broken promises and teen angst. A retired pro baseball player on the mend from injuryaand a damaging scandalahe's interested in his own brand of reinvention. Now everything about Spencer's new-and-improved lifestyle, from his mission to build a rehab facility for injured veterans to his clear devotion to his preteen daughter, Peyton, touches Charlotte's heart. Holding on to past hurt is her only protection against falling for himaagain. But if she takes the risk, will she find in Spencer a hometown heartbreaker, or the hero she's always wanted?just empty platitudes and Veterans Day programs at the elementary school.a She resumed slicing the cantaloupe, but he was almost certain she looked at him with a different light in her eyes, something almost like. . .approval. aIt sounds stupidanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2013-07-01|