Everyone Was Sure She Was Gone For Good
Being back in Blue Ridge, Arizona, to help her grandmother was almost a relief after her busy job as a nurse in a Tucson E.R. Aubrey Stuart badly needed a few weeks of peace and quietbut facing her past was another thing entirely. The boy she'd eloped with and hastily divorced ten years ago had matured. And Gage Raintree the man was a thousand times more tempting than he'd been then.
Except Her Ex
They'd been too young and unsure of each other to fight back when their families decided they'd made a terrible mistakeespecially when Gage thought his duty was to devote his life to the family ranch. But now he had six weeks before Aubrey went back to her career.
Six weeks to show his firstand onlylove he deserved a second chance .
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When her beloved grandmother breaks her hip, Tucson emergency room nurse Aubrey Stuart takes a six-week leave of absence to return home to Blue Ridge, Arizona to care for the elderly woman. Her only prayer besides her grandma¿s full recovery is to not run into her former husband Gage Raintree although realistically the small town environment makes that wish impossible.------------------ Her second prayer is squashed immediately as she sees Gage almost upon entering the small town. She also realizes that although a decade has past she still loves the firefighter she married as a silly teen. Gage feels the same way and hopes that this time as mature adults they can make it permanent.--------- This entertaining second chance at love is a fine contemporary tale starring two likable protagonists. Each of the lead pair carries plenty of emotional baggage making a permanent adult relationship seem unattainable. Although resolutions seem a bit too easy, HIS ONLY WIFE is an pleasurable read.----- Harriet Klausner