Alone at Last


Social worker Katie Donovan was tired of being the world's caretaker. She'd spent her whole life giving, but no more. Her current mission in life was to become footloose and fancy-free, and her plans certainly didn't include a man--especially one radiating as much masculine appeal as Judd Jordan.

From the moment Judd saw Katie, he knew she was his woman--but convincing Katie was another matter. With persistence and Chinese takeout, he embarked on teaching her that caring was a mutual arrangement . . . and he had a lot to offer.

It hadn't occurred to Katie that a man could give as well as take, but Judd was a pillar of strength in her harried life. Could she believe him when he claimed his mission was to love, honor and cherish her?
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