By Susan Mallery
Again in highschool, Liz Sutton was once the lady from the inaccurate aspect of the tracks. Then she'd stolen the guts of the preferred boy on the town, and their mystery romance helped her throughout the worst of occasions. till Ethan Hendrix betrayed her and every thing they'd ever intended to one another. Devastated and pregnant, Liz left Fool's Gold, California--forever, she thought....
Now Liz needs to go back to city and face the fellow who doesn't understand in their son's life. And this time she won't have the opportunity of constructing a brief getaway. Ethan and Liz can't deny their passionate allure, even in spite of everything those years. yet will their wish be sufficient to spark a moment probability at love?
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He’d made it clear he didn’t want her or his kid around. Well, he was just going to have to get over it, she told herself. This was an emergency. She wouldn’t make a big deal about Tyler being in town and she certainly wouldn’t tell her son about his father. Not when Ethan had rejected them both so completely. She would deal with the girls and get out as quickly as possible. If she happened to run into Ethan, she would be pleasant and distant. Nothing more. Because after all this time and all the ways he’d managed to hurt her, there was no way she would ever be vulnerable to him again.
Memories crowded around, filling the space. They poked at her as she moved back into the hallway, then into the bedroom that had been hers, making her remember things she’d tried so hard to forget. She heard echoes of her mother yelling, inhaled the smell of alcohol. She remembered the low voices of the men who had come and gone. Most of her mother’s “friends” had stayed out of Liz’s way, but a few had watched her with an intensity that had made her uncomfortable. She went into the room that had been hers.
For the most part, she’d simply told him there were questions she wouldn’t answer. At four or five, he’d been easily distracted. At eight, he’d been determined to find out the truth. Now he asked less, probably because he knew he couldn’t wear her down. But she knew he wondered. “I got an e-mail today,” she announced. ” “Uh-huh. Roy. ” “I know. He’s a lot older and he left when I was twelve. I woke up one morning and he was gone. ” She still remembered her mother’s sobs, made thicker and louder by the alcohol lingering in her system.