Can love be just as lovely . . . the second time around?
Cardiac care nurse Tricia Alderson was heartbroken when she lost her workaholic husband five years ago. She’s now helping her brother and sister-in-law plan a Valentine’s Day vow-renewal ceremony and she’s also happy to see two of her nieces in loving relationships. But Tricia believes that new romance is for younger people and she has no expectations of finding love for herself again.
Rone Malloy’s stressful management job in radio ad sales lands him in Tricia’s CCU on New Year’s Eve. Headstrong, and refusing to take his health issues seriously at first, he’s told he’ll have to change his ways or risk another attack, possibly even a fatal one. But old habits can be hard to break.
Rone really wants to see more of Tricia, the pretty nurse with the lovely blue eyes. When he’s offered a promotion that could bring even more stress into his life, will he accept it? And, if he does, after losing one man she loved to workaholism, will Tricia risk her heart a second time?
Author’s Promise: This is a heartwarming, contemporary romance with a “happily-ever-after” ending. It’s a clean story with nothing more than hugs and sweet kisses.