Honestly, I probably didn't deserve her either.
So I started over. Ready to dive into my work and forget about women and the heartache they brought.
Until my uncle died, yanking me back to a city I wanted nothing to do with—yanking me back to Kelley.
I'd left her in my rearview mirror when I was a kid trying to make a name for myself.
I'm not that kid anymore, and I sure as hell wasn't ready to let another woman back into my life.
But seeing her again brought back every feeling I wasn't ready to deal with...
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