Keeping secrets is a horrible way to live. Sloane Davis should know.
She's kept her son a secret from his father for almost a year.
Now, her worst nightmare is coming true. Her ex is re-entering her professional life in the midst of the biggest project of her career. She's about to come face to face with the only man she's ever loved - her son's father.
Gates McCall is a brash man. He hasn't always been this way, but when Sloane walked out on him, something inside him broke. When his company's newest acquisition brings the two of them together once more, little does he know seeing her will bring back a flood of memories, feelings, and an unexpected surprise.
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Railyn Stone hails from the Tar Heel State and is a romantic at heart. She believes you can find romance in the simplest aspects of life and enjoys letting her imagination run wild. Trying new restaurants, listening to music, playing golf and writing over the top stories about ordinary people are the hobbies she cherishes most.
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1) Pretty Woman
2) The Color Purple
3) Pirates of the Caribbean (All of them)
4) Fast & Furious (All of them)
5) The Wedding Date
6) What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?
8) Gone in 60 Seconds
9) Purple Rain
10) The Usual Suspects
“But you can do whatever you want. You own the company. If you wanted to walk away from it, you could.”
“And why would I do that? The one person I would’ve walked away from it for is engaged to someone else.” They stood staring at each other in silence, both feeling the weight of Gates’ words. Thunder filled the void with a deafening roar. He could barely stand to be so close to her knowing he’d never be able to hold her again. She belonged to someone else and it was useless to daydream otherwise. He breathed in deeply, feeling the true pangs of remorse before he walked past her to the living room.
She watched him slowly cross the room. “Gates?”
“It’s late and we should try and get some sleep.” He grabbed a pillow and one of the extra blankets from the closet. “I’ll sleep out here, you can have the bed.”
“Gates.” She repeated, stepping towards his retreating figure.
“Goodnight, Sloane.” Exiting the room, he closed the double doors behind him and leaned back on the frame, closing his eyes. He listened for a moment, thinking maybe he should go back in the bedroom, pull her into his arms and try and make her forget anything bad he’d ever done to her. Who was he kidding? It didn’t matter. She didn’t want anything to do with him. She was marrying Chase. They had a son together and she’d moved on. He walked over to the sofa and sank down on the edge. He listened as the thunder continued to rumble through the sky and intermittent flashes lit up the room. Fluffing up the pillow, he lay his head down and stared at the ceiling, realizing sleep would escape him yet again.
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