As a former foster child, defense attorney Amber Bradley had a definite life plan: college, law school, work to the top of her profession...then find the perfect husband and have lots of kids. But after unsuccessfully scouring the hockey-loving small town of Cedar Point, Michigan for a such a man, she never guessed that J. T. Craig would end up fitting her perfect husband profile--especially since the man didn't meet any of the criteria.
Auto mechanic Josh Craig knows he doesn't have a chance with high-powered lawyer Amber Bradley, but he still can't help but fall for her, and in turn show her he's the man she needs in her life. One she can trust, depend, and count on forever.
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February 03, 2010
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Excerpt from I've Got You by Linda Engman
She stood rooted to the pavement, surprised as he took her hand in his large callused one. The last time he'd touched her was the night of Stacy and Marc's wedding when he grabbed her hand and pulled her onto the dance floor, after she turned down his first three attempts at asking her to dance. Finally, on his fourth try, she relented, more out of pity for the man than her need to dance. That night, with her hand in his, he'd slowly led her onto the dance floor before gently taking her into his arms. In that moment, she'd experienced a strange mixed bag of emotions--from excited, to safe and secure, to finally cherished. Her unexplained feelings stemmed from the way he'd been so patient with her all night, the way he tenderly held her against him, and how attentive he'd been. All of it seemed too good to be true. Too right--especially with someone so wrong for her.
Little did she know.
"Amber, you okay?"
She pulled herself together and swallowed hard as he turned and looked down at her with a questioning, lazy half grin on his handsome face.
"Yes...fine," she whispered, as she tried hard to smile and act normal when she felt anything but.
All this time, the perfect guy was right under my nose. How could I not see it?