By Susan Mallery
Again in highschool, Liz Sutton was once the woman from the inaccurate aspect of the tracks. Then she'd stolen the center of the preferred boy on the town, and their mystery romance helped her throughout the worst of instances. until eventually Ethan Hendrix betrayed her and every thing they'd ever intended to one another. Devastated and pregnant, Liz left Fool's Gold, California--forever, she thought....
Now Liz needs to go back to city and face the guy who doesn't comprehend in their son's lifestyles. And this time she won't be able of creating a short getaway. Ethan and Liz can't deny their passionate appeal, even in the end those years. yet will their wish be adequate to spark a moment likelihood at love?
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Abby had Liz’s eyes and freckles. They were both redheads, Melissa blessed with a soft auburn color. Abby was all carrot-top, which looked totally adorable. Although Liz had a feeling the eleven-year-old wouldn’t appreciate her unique coloring for a long time. She turned away from the photos to look at the room. The bed was unmade, the dresser drawers open and empty. In the surprisingly large closet, only men’s clothes hung. A couple of boxes were filled with socks and underwear—most likely placed there by Roy’s wife.
But then she wasn’t an eleven-year-old boy. She hadn’t been fascinated by worms and dirt and play cars and plastic guns, either. More traits she knew he got from his father. Which was another problem. Not the traits, the man himself. Odds were Ethan was still in Fool’s Gold. The one place he’d asked her not to be. He’d made it clear he didn’t want her or his kid around. Well, he was just going to have to get over it, she told herself. This was an emergency. She wouldn’t make a big deal about Tyler being in town and she certainly wouldn’t tell her son about his father.
True enough, she thought. And the word family implied caring and connection. Maybe in most places, but not in the Sutton household. At least not until Liz had had Tyler. She’d done everything she could think of to break the cycle of neglect. She’d been determined to be a warm, loving mother, to offer her child a safe haven. “I didn’t know where Roy was,” she said. ” For six years, she’d waited, hoping he would come get her and take her away. Until he’d walked out, he’d always taken care of her.