Kindergarten teacher Penelope "Pinky" Hartfield loves children and looks forward to having her own someday-after she's found the right man. When her doctor calls with unexpected results of a routine test, it feels like the bottom has dropped out of her world. Enter Zack Kreuger to provide the perfect distraction.
Time to step out of his comfort zone...
Dumped by his glamor-seeking wife a few years ago, Student Resource Office Zack Kreuger's life is all about his son Noah, but something about Pinky has him considering dating.
Life is sweet until...
When Pinky jumps in to protect a child, life gets way too complicated. Zack blames himself and vows to make things right. But will he be able to save them in time?
You've Got Me is the second book in the Ridgeview, Tennessee series, based on a small town in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. As with many small towns, Ridgeview's residents depend on each other, the values of the region, and small town traditions to create lives full of love.
Cassidy Wells is 32, today and perpetually. This author's pseudonym helps to disguise an author who worked for many years as a psychologist before retiring her license to write romance novels.
Cassidy knows only too well how messed up heroes and heroines can be, and how incredibly complicated their lives can become. She decided to ensure that her characters made the changes she always wanted her clients to make-those necessary to create a "happily ever after." Cassidy lives in East Tennessee in a town somewhat bigger than Ridgeview, but one also populated with interesting characters.
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About the Author
After years of doing psychotherapy, Cassidy decided to ensure that her characters made the changes she always wanted her clients to make-the ones necessary to create a "happily ever after" or at least a "better after." (The pseudonym was necessary because, after all, no one wants to think about their therapist writing about sex).
Cassidy lives in East Tennessee in a town somewhat bigger than Ridgeview, but full of charm and populated with interesting characters. She is fortunate to share her life with her husband, Bernie; her dog, Luke Skywalker; a cat, Darcy Lynn, who bites when petted; and two very sweet pasture-pet horses, Shade and Lucky Sugar Lena. She writes in an office overlooking the Smoky Mountains and her horses grazing in the pasture. For that, she's very grateful, because when writer's block hits, she can stare at a beautiful view.