By Debbie Macomber, Earithen
Unmarried mom Abbey is a librarian in a small Alaskan city, a city that occurs to be choked with unmarried males. due to this, she’s approached via males each day. yet there's one guy who doesn’t appear drawn to her—Sawyer. And, after all, this unfriendly guy is the one one Abbey wishes!
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Stand back and give her some air,” a vaguely familiar voice said. “Does she need CPR? I’ve been trained in CPR,” a man said from a distance. Oh God, it hadn’t been a nightmare. Slowly she opened her eyes and stared into the kindest emerald eyes framed by long dark lashes. Concern reflected from their depths, and she realized his strong arms were wrapped around her. A strange sense of comfort settled over her like a security blanket. For the first time in two days she felt sheltered and safe. “Don’t move,” he cautioned.
She threw back the leather flap, and instead of feeling she started frantically digging, searching for the matching leather wallet that contained her life. The thousand dollars in cash, three credit cards, her driver’s license, her very identity. Instead she found her Ralph Lauren sunglasses, her Lancôme lipstick, her keys, her Monte Blanc pen, and her Estee Lauder perfume. Everything except her wallet. Panic squeezed her chest and her breathing became shallow and tight. Oh God, could her life get any worse?
The gorgeous, truth-spinning lawyer held her. No! Not another lawyer. The botched wedding, the bus trip, the last forty-eight hours rushed back, the memories weaving icy tendrils of panic through her blood. This attorney probably knew her father’s firm. This attorney could send her home, back to the drama she’d escaped. “I’m fine,” she blurted, sitting up straight and struggling out of his arms. ” “Honey,” the waitress soothed, bending down beside the lawyer, “no one has ever passed out in my restaurant.