I don't read much harlequin but this one was good.
Zach Calvert has no memory of his last three years as a Navy pilot. And for the most part, he's resigned himself to that. He's content with his new life as the sheriff of his hometown, happy that his small daughter lives close by. But everything changes when he discovers he has a five-yr old son and a lover he can't remember.
Nineteen-year-old Olivia Kendall is pregnant when she sees the headline reporting the death of her child's father Zach Calvert. He had been a pilot in the Navy. In that moment her entire life shifts, and she never even had the chance to inform him of her pregnancy. Despite pressure from her father, Olivia went on raise her son and to build a career. Six years later a news broadcast includes a picture of Zach, who is now a small town sheriff. A life of privilege has not filled her son's desire for a father, but by contacting him Zach opens Olivia to vulnerabilities she has long set aside.
A crash and a head injury robbed Zach of several years of memory. He still discovers skills about himself that he did not know he had. Now divorced, Zach struggles to build a life for himself as a non-custodial father. He is absolutely stunned to meet Olivia and learn that he has a son, but determined to be a good parent to him as well. While he has no memory of Olivia, Zach cannot resist the powerful attraction between them. But she still bears the wounds of his unintentional abandonment.
One of the Calvert Cousins: Zach, the sherrif of his small town, likes his life simple. He's glad to live near his four-year old daughter. He doesn't like to think about the three years of his life that have simply disappeared until the beautiful Olivia comes to town with a five year old son she claims is Zach. Zach can't deny the boy, but will he be able to deny the growing attraction between Olivia and himself? Romance world-- of course not, but I like the Calvert cousins and the interesting complication with Zach and Olivia...
This was a great story. Who doesn't love a story about true love? I really enjoy a story when a couple of wounded people overcome the obstacles that have kept them apart. The addition of children to any story adds another point of view and in this case, smiles and laughter.
Zach Calvert has no memory of the last three years of his life as a navy pilot.And for the most part he has resigned himselt to that. He's content with his new life as sheriff of his hometown, happy that his small daughterlives close by. But that all changes when he discoveres he has a 5 year old son and a lover he can't remember.