By Linda Lael Miller
When unmarried legal professional Steven Creed turns into father or mother of an orphaned five-year-old boy, he trades his big-city legislations enterprise for a ranch close to his McKettrick kinfolk within the close-knit neighborhood of Stone Creek, Arizona. taking good care of little Matt and solving up his run-down ranch condominium with its previous barn loosens whatever tightly wound inside of him. but if Steven takes at the seasoned bono security of a neighborhood youngster, he meets his fit within the opposing counsel—beautiful, by-the-book county prosecutor Melissa O'Ballivan. it will take one grieving little boy, a candy followed puppy and a girl who by no means anticipated to win any man's center to make this Creed in Stone Creek understand he is actually chanced on home.
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Finished up with a flourish. “And there’s no Mrs. Creed, either,” he said. According to Elaine—she and Melissa had gone through school together—from the day she’d jettisoned the loser husband and returned to the old hometown to make a fresh start, her dad had been after her to “get out more, meet people, kick up your heels a little… As if Stone Creek were overrun with single men,” Elaine had grumbled, the last time Melissa had run into her, a few days before, over at the drugstore. Melissa, who hadn’t had a date in over a year herself, had sympathized.
A sparkle indicated that the design might include itty-bitty rhinestones. The girl wore her abundant reddish-brown hair short, with little spikes sticking straight up from her crown, and her outfit consisted of black jeans and a T-shirt with a motorcycle logo on the front. Melissa sighed. “We really should talk about the way you dress, Andrea,” she said, plunking into her chair and rummaging in the paper bag for her wrapped sandwich and the accompanying wad of paper napkins. “It’s Casual Friday,” Andrea reminded her, with a faintly petulant note in her voice, fanning herself with the messages and frowning.
All through the closing, held in a meeting room over at the Cattleman’s Bank, Matt fidgeted. Steven signed papers, handed over a cashier’s check covering the cost of the property in full, probably came across as a man who knew what he was doing. Adopting a little boy. Quitting the prestigious Denver firm where he’d worked since he’d left the family business. Winding up so far from the Creed ranch outside Lonesome Bend, Colorado, which had been in the family for well over a hundred years, only to buy a run-down spread in another state.
A Creed in Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller