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One Reckless Moment

It was so easy to make mistakes when you were from the wrong side of the tracks and crazy in love. Tye Benedict's youthful folly had cost him dearly. Now fate had given him a second chance with Cara Howard. But this time, Tye had a secret….

Cara had one, too. Even as her old feelings for Tye came rushing back, she knew she owed him the truth. But how ...

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One Reckless Moment

It was so easy to make mistakes when you were from the wrong side of the tracks and crazy in love. Tye Benedict's youthful folly had cost him dearly. Now fate had given him a second chance with Cara Howard. But this time, Tye had a secret….

Cara had one, too. Even as her old feelings for Tye came rushing back, she knew she owed him the truth. But how could she tell Tye that she had borne his child—and given it away?

Little did Cara suspect that her daughter was in good hands—and they weren't a stranger's.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459287136
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/16/2012
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 1,300,611
  • File size: 399 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2012

    Part 5

    I woke up with a yawn. Weak sunlight filtered through my window, and I slowly stood and stretched. I snatched the comb and brushed out my morning hair, then clipping it in place with a watertribe symbol clip. I quickly changed, then I remembered. My eyes widened and I ran to our guests room. The cot was empty and the clothes were gone! Had the boy run away? The thought made my heart thud. I ran to the kitchen. Mom was up. She looked at me calmly and pointed towards the beach. I opened the door and looked out. I felt relief as i saw the boy. He was sitting on the sand, staring calmly at the water. And to my surprise, waterbending! I walked over to him, the sand swooshing quietly under my feet. He turned around and i was shocked at the color of his eyes. They were so pale blue, they could have been gray! "Hello, I am Cynali" I turned red as I squeaked. He stared at me. I sat down, careful to give him some space. "What is your name?" I asked when he was still silent. "Amo- er, Noatak" he said quietly. I raised an eyebrow. "I see you are a waterbender. I am too." I focused on a tidepool and a small waterball formed and quickly splashed down. "Are you from the North pole?" I asked, trying to ignore my waterbending flop. "Yes" he answered, and I noticed that his voice cracked. "Oh, I am from the South" I was dying to ask him how he got so beat up, but was worried it was personal. "We moved here after an Equalist attack...killed my father" I said softly. Noatak suddenly looked down. "Hey are you all right?" I asked him. He closed his eyes and looked up again. "I am fine" he said, though it didn't sound true. "You look kind of sick, are your wounds hurting? I tried to heal them but I am not very good..." I trailed off. "No, I am okay" he said. The door opened. "Breakfast is ready!" Called my mom. I helped Noatak get up. I realized how much better he looked since yesterday. His hair was back into a neat ponytail and his wounds looked less, wounded. Inside, I managed to sneak looks at him without going all stalker mode. He wasn't eating much. I was worried. He was acting really funny. "Can I take Noatak down to the Tidepools?" I asked suddenly. Mom looked surprised at my outburst. "If he is okay with it then go ahead". I looked at him, and he didn't object. We were soon walking down the shore. I noticed that Noatak was a bit stiff, but he would probably survive that. He looked thoughtful, and the Tidepools were the best place to sit down and think. We reached a small hill and i stopped him. "We are here" I told him. The Tidepools were quite beautiful. Sea plants, turtles, starfish, anything you could imagine gathered there. I motioned for him to sit down. "Seems like you have alot on your mind" I said. He looked away. "Just...family issues" he said slowly. "Are they back at the North Pole?" I asked gently. "Well, my mother is. My father is dead and my brother died on a boating...accident" To be continued at the next result...

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