Nathan hadn't kissed her like that, but Ezekiel would have no way of knowing it. His overtures had been bold, like he was, daring. Not sensitive and giving like this.
Ezekiel pulled back and unspeaking, tucked her head to his chest. One of her hands raised, almost involuntary, scooping beneath his shirt to a place in the center. "I'm not Nathan," he said quietly.
No, he wasn't, and she understood that now. He was different and deserved to be seen on his own terms. "Who are you then?" she asked.
"Ezekiel Knapp. Right now, the luckiest man on the planet."
The death of Clementine Button's husband left her to fend for herself in the wilds of Alaska, and she was doing pretty well until one cold day after the first snowfall when she shot a moose.
And a man. Or did she? Because the wound in Ezekiel Knapp's leg seems all wrong for her gun, and now, his life hangs in the balance.
Everything that brought about her husband's death seems to have come full circle again. Only this time, the last thing she's going to do is wait and let another man die. Especially not one who in three days has managed to become everything she needs.
From best-selling author, SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS, comes another romantic suspense where love beats all the odds.