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contemporary romance set in Brunswick, Georgia and White Plains, NY. Two single parents, biology teacher and art teacher
What does a woman say to a handsome man who introduces himself graveside? Parker's charming southern manner is hard to resist and helps Virginia forget a painful past. He mourns his sister's death and when the circumstances behind it become suspicious, he is determined to learn the truth. What neither of them know is that Virginia holds the answers, answers that threaten their chance for love.
“Tell me what hope looks like on a canvas.” He stepped in, kissed the top of her head, breathed in the
freshness of her hair and reached for her other arm. Something inside him sprung when she shuddered.
“I don’t know...um, yet. I…” Her words tangled in her throat as he kissed her temple, then the space in
front of her ear, his warm breath settling over it. “I haven’t...started the painting yet.”
He kissed her cheek, jaw, corner of her mouth, dipped his tongue there. “What are you waiting for?” His
hands moved across her back, up her spine, one stretched up into her hair.
“I don’t…” Her knees, suddenly reluctant to hold her up, forced her to grab his jacket for support. His
mouth was treating the other side of her face to the same delicious sensations the first side had already
been granted, making her ability to form words impossible.
“I can’t think when you’re doing that, Parker,” she mumbled, his mouth an inch from hers