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October 24th by Tule Publishing. Finn Conrad wants to know why his recently deceased father left his nurse fifty thousand dollars after knowing her a mere six weeks. But Willa Knightly is not the conniving woman he expects to find.
Before he knows it, Willa-and her six-year-old son Scout-are stealing his heart. This man, Finn, is following this woman, Willa; because his family believes that she somehow she swindled money from their dad as he was dying.
Willa was his nurse. Willa and Finn become very attached to each other. So as time goes on it becomes harder to come clean with all the information.
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I like the romance. It was made to seem like longer than 3 weeks and it felt natural.
I loved how Scout loved living his life now playing and having fun like any other normal boy. It also had me wondering that maybe this Santa in the book is the real deal.
He was pretty impressive. And he made some mean cookies!
So if you want to read about lots of snow and not actually have to shovel it and you want to read about others eating all this yummy food and not have to worry about you eating all these calories than you should read this fun holiday season romance.
Scout, strapped into a booster seat in the back of the rented Ford Escape, obviously found the big storm intimidating, too.
It was dark and snowy and she had to fight the wind to keep a steady path. They were both open to fresh experiences these days, now that Scout had finally—thank you God—been declared cancer-free.
A gust of wind rattled the car as a semi-truck blasted by her, sending up a cloud of snow as well. For two full seconds she was completely blind. And then she spotted the yellow-dotted line again. Their flight from Phoenix to Bozeman had been smooth enough.
They were in the rental car line-up when the snow started. By the time they were on the highway, the wind had begun to howl. The windshield wipers flapped against the steady onslaught of snow, yet despite the terrible road conditions, Willa knew she was driving too slowly.
She hunched over the steering wheel, her head aching with tension as another semi overtook her, spewing clouds of snow over her car, causing the Escape—and her—to shudder again. Seconds later she could see again, and her panic subsided. Blurry florescent white letters on a green background appeared like a beacon on the right hand side of the highway.
Scout had seen the sign, too. It was a necessary skill to acquire when your son was diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia at the age of three-and-a-half years. Willa snatched another glance at the rearview mirror, this time to check if another vehicle was about to pass.
Another chicken driver, like her, who was terrified of the snow, ice and wind? At least the driver had the good sense to keep a large buffer between them. Another green sign loomed ahead—this one signaling the right hand exit, which would lead them to Marietta. A moment after Willa turned on her indicator light, the vehicle behind her did the same.
It was an interesting coincidence, but one Willa forgot all about as she focused on slowing cautiously, taking the turn safely, then gradually easing back to her cruising speed of forty-five miles an hour. Thank God they were almost at Marietta, because if anything, the snow seemed to coming down harder now.
Gobs of it were collecting at the base of the wipers. She ought to stop and clear it off—but she could hardly see the lane she was driving in now, let alone the shoulder.South Africa 12 February Hi, My name is Errol Charles Laing.
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