By Kristan Higgins

“This emotional journey…is jam-packed with drama, laughter and tears and squeezes the guts. it may be on each bedside desk within the country!” —#1 New York Times bestselling writer Robyn Carr

Don't leave out this deliciously romantic learn from New York Times bestselling writer Kristan Higgins!

Millie Barnes is that this with regards to eventually attaining her ideal life…

Rewarding activity as a neighborhood surgeon on Cape Cod? cost. lovely cottage of her personal? payment. cute puppy appropriate for walks earlier appealing locals? cost! All she wishes is for golden boy and previous overwhelm Joe wood worker to note her, and Millie could be set. 

But perfection isn't really as effortless because it looks—especially whilst Sam Nickerson, a neighborhood policeman, is so distracting. he's certainly now not a part of her grasp plan. yet might be it is time for Millie to make a brand new plan….

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Figure of speech. He thinks it means forever,” she answered, and I could hear the smile in her voice. ” I asked, seeking validation. “Running thing sounds great,” Katie answered. I heard Mikey’s lisping whine. “They found me, Mil,” my friend said. ” “Okay. And thanks, Katie. html WITHKATIE’S APPROVAL IN HAND,I set about orchestrating the casual, coincidental encounter with Joe. This is what I pictured. I am running down Nauset Road, Digger trotting adorably by my side. I am wearing nylon running shorts and a T-shirt with an adorable, pithy statement.

I asked. “No, not long,” he answered. ” He stared at me expectantly, so I forged on. “Are you married? ” “Yes,” he replied, his black eyes staring at me, no doubt wondering why I was grilling him. Okay. Not the chattiest guy. New friend would take some work. Although work was pretty slow, it was fun to be with Jill, mostly shooting the breeze while we waited for people to walk in. My parents’ friends were by and large wonderful people, and Jill was a particular favorite. She had several grandchildren she doted on, and I listened happily as she reported on their amazing talents and clearly much higher-than-average intellects.

I limped back to my car, my Achilles tendons squealing in pain, my face, no doubt, that attractive shade of brick. At the white-shell driveway, Digger sniffed at the site of his earlier attempted defecation. ” I called to Mr. Demers, who stood watching me with his arms folded in front of him. ” Not likely. CHAPTER NINE AS SO OFTEN HAPPENS IN LIFE,love came knocking when I least expected it. Later that day, I was at work, staring at the anatomy poster in the small office, still smarting—no, cringing—from the earlier debacle.

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