By Gayle Kasper
Mariah Cade was once a holistic healer whose wisdom of plant medication helped her younger daughter. yet Mariah's peaceable international used to be interrupted by way of a stranger on a motorbike. a guy whose accidents required her therapeutic hands--even as he woke up her inner most desires....Racing blindly from tragedy, Dr. Luke Phillips left his big-city trauma perform for a street journey to... anyplace. He used to be attracted to Mariah's indisputable grace and sweetness and the satisfaction of her valuable baby, and started to suppose whatever he proposal used to be misplaced forever.But to get over his shattered previous, he will have to belief greater than Mariah's love...he'll have to belief himself.
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She glanced at Luke’s empty bowl. ” she asked. He smiled and patted his flat stomach. “Thanks, but no. ” He turned to Una seated at the other end of the table. “That was delicious, ma’am. ” Una let a rare smile slip, obviously pleased with the compliment. Was she, too, caught up in Luke’s charm? There were probably few females who could resist a man as compelling as Luke Phillips, she decided. Mariah didn’t know where he’d been headed on that big Harley of his, but he’d no doubt leave a trail of broken hearts along the way.
Only about stray men I rescue from the desert,” she quipped back, which made him smile. The first smile she’d seen on him in a while. It was devastatingly seductive, and she forced herself to picture a wife waiting for him back in Chicago. And maybe a passel of kids. Little kids. And one on the way. But it didn’t gel. No matter how hard she tried, she couldn’t place Luke in a domestic scene. ” Her words had tumbled out—and she felt instantly foolish for them. His smile broadened. “I was right about that inquisitiveness of yours.
She checked the level of the sun, judging her time from it the way others would consult a watch. ” She turned to leave. Again Luke wanted to keep her with him, but he had no reason to, at least no logical reason. He was merely passing through and their paths had crossed. He watched her go, tripping off down the trail in her soft moccasins. He wondered what—or who—might be waiting for her at home. A husband? A child? But that, he knew, was none of his business. At least for a little while she’d made him forget his pain.