Almost Perfect (Fool's Gold, Book 2) by Susan Mallery

By Susan Mallery

Again in highschool, Liz Sutton used to be the woman from the inaccurate part of the tracks. Then she'd stolen the guts of the preferred boy on the town, and their mystery romance helped her throughout the worst of occasions. until eventually Ethan Hendrix betrayed her and every thing they'd ever intended to one another. Devastated and pregnant, Liz left Fool's Gold, California--forever, she thought....

Now Liz needs to go back to city and face the guy who doesn't comprehend in their son's life. And this time she won't be able of creating a short getaway. Ethan and Liz can't deny their passionate allure, even in any case those years. yet will their wish be sufficient to spark a moment likelihood at love?

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He swore softly. Liz was back. Except on the back cover of her books, he hadn’t seen her in over a decade. As of five seconds ago, he would have told anyone who asked that he’d forgotten her, had gotten over her. She was his past. She looked away then, as if searching for someone. Obviously not him, he thought, then grinned. Liz back in Fool’s Gold. Who would have thought? He eased his way through the crowd. He might not be able to find her now, but he had a feeling he knew where she would be later.

A couple weeks, she told herself. Three at most. She went downstairs and heard the sound of excited voices. There were racing footsteps on the porch, then the front door flew open. Two girls stood there, the taller and older one looking both scared and relieved, while the younger hung back shyly. ” Melissa, the fourteen- year-old, asked tentatively. Liz smiled at them both and nodded. “Hi. I hope it’s okay that I let myself in. The key was right where—” The rest of what she was going to say got squeezed out of her as both girls raced to her and hugged her hard, holding on as if they would never let go.

Liz had left town shortly after graduating high school. She’d phoned home once, a few weeks later, saying she thought she should check in and tell her mother where she was. “Don’t bother calling again,” had been the woman’s only response before hanging up the phone. ” Liz didn’t know how much to reveal. Telling the truth was one thing, but sharing details was another. “He’s, um, in some trouble and I have to help. He has two girls. Your cousins. ” “I have cousins? ” True enough, she thought. And the word family implied caring and connection.

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