It Ain't Me, Babe

It Ain't Me, Babe

by Linda Steinberg
It Ain't Me, Babe

It Ain't Me, Babe

by Linda Steinberg

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Overview

We are responsible for the repair of the world.

Public defender Kate Steele may have been raised in privilege but she was also taught to give back to her community and make the world a better place. She's trying to keep her sixteen-year-old client out of juvenile detention when he disappears from her home. Kate tracks the boy to a downtown Dallas bar called Dante's Inferno. The sexy bar owner is rude and uncooperative but Kate suspects the dark and dangerous man has secrets he's not telling.

Don't rely on anyone but yourself.


That's Dante Lazaro's motto. He knows what it's like to be orphaned at a young age. That's why he's been helping a troubled teen since his Ex abandoned the kid. And he doesn't need some do-gooder attorney butting into his business. He's lived his whole life keeping others at arm's length, and old habits are hard to break. But Kate Steele is like no woman he's ever met. Compassionate and determined, she stirs his soul and challenges everything he thought he wanted. But he doesn't trust her to stick around when the going gets tough. And he knows he can't give this classy woman the life she deserves.


To keep the teenage boy out of trouble, Dante offers him a job, and Kate welcomes him into her home. From different worlds and worldviews, but united in their goal, the two 'co-parents' develop an awkward relationship. An emotionally unavailable loner, the sinfully attractive Dante is the last man Kate would expect to touch her heart. But watching him advocate for a troubled teen, and learning how he's turned his life of adversity into a success she realizes they have more in common than she thought. She's ready to let down her guard and commit to love but he's saying, "It ain't me, Babe."


It Ain't Me Babe is the second book in the Rainy Day Women series, about women empowering women, and the men who love them. In a converted warehouse near downtown Dallas a group of strong, professional women come together to volunteer their services to the women of an under-served community. They name their facility The Rainy Day Women's Center. Each book is a stand-alone romance about competent, independent women and the equally competent, independent men they can't ignore—or live without.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162176114
Publisher: Linda Steinberg
Publication date: 09/23/2021
Series: Rainy Day Women , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 374 KB

About the Author

Writing has been a passion for as long as Linda Steinberg can remember. She started writing her first novel when she was living in Lagos, Nigeria, in longhand on school tablets, the only available writing paper, and hasn’t stopped since. She writes contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and women’s fiction featuring strong heroines with real problems and heroes who sizzle their way into readers’ hearts. A retired accountant, Linda now lives in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, with her second time around sweetheart and enjoys reading, travel, family and friends.
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