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Olympic gymnast, Reese Arnett has two goals: win the women’s all-around gold medal and stay away from Russian gymnast Dmitri Volkov.
After embarrassing Reese on international television at World Championships last year, Dmitri knows apologizing won’t be enough.
But a cash wager with the guys from Team USA sets him up to win more than gold medals. He has to convince Reese to kiss him before the end of the closing ceremonies.
Will competing on opposite teams, avoiding his conniving ex-girlfriend, and hiding a secret plan for a not-so-long-distance relationship with Reese destroy Dmitri’s chance for redemption?
Or can Reese forgive Dmitri for one lie after another and walk away from the Summer Games with something more valuable than an Olympic gold medal?
His latest project has a two-year-old surprise
The house he wants to restore
The family he wants to build
Fatherhood wasn’t what Bradley Ainsworth expected to find at Henny House. The run-down Victorian is his best shot at proving himself as a historic renovator, but the new owner has no interest in recreating the past. Claire Woodbury and her foster daughter, Emily, are focused on the future—until everyone learns that Emily is Bradley’s daughter. Does that future have room for him as a father…and more?
A fresh start in her home town. Family dynamics that add both discord and comfort. An old flame could be hope for a second chance. Was coming home a mistake or would perseverance bring the peace she longed for?
When Landon proposes, Chelsea is overcome with emotion. She’s relieved, she’s excited, she’s hopeful. But she’s not speechless. She immediately says yes and accepts the ring he’s slipping on her finger. A moment of fear fueled by her divorce is snuffed out when she looks in his shining eyes.
When he starts talking about how wonderful their life will be with the children they’ll raise together and the joyful memories they’ll make, Chelsea realizes the fairy tale may not happen. She’s not sure she can have children. She wants them desperately and apparently so does Landon. But this perfect little family may never happen.
Can she live with taking that away from him? Will he eventually resent her for taking away his dream?