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By Gail Gaymer Martin

Along with his desires Come actual starting place, Ethan Fox turns needs into truth. awesome journeys. assembly heroes. yet Ethan has come to care deeply for a in poor health boy whose dream is…a dad. and never simply any dad: Ethan. although little Cooper has an excellent likelihood of having good, widowed Ethan cannot likelihood loving—and losing—again. but he is spending time with the candy boy and his gorgeous, powerful unmarried mom, Lexie Carlson. might a bit boy's want for a dad of his personal come real in the end?

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Ava Darnell’s hand shot up. Lexie liked Ava, although her curiosity sometimes took precedence over wisdom. Ava’s son and hers shared a similar disease. They’d both experienced the ups and downs of cancer, and being alone, Lexie empathized with Ava’s struggle as a single mom. Ethan gave her an acknowledging nod, and Ava lowered her hand. ” Ethan lifted his shoulders. ” “Do you think he’s a teacher or something? Someone who knows—” “Those of us on the board have no other information. ” A frown flashed across his face.

The women applauded. Lexie liked his voice, warm and rich as a cinnamon bun fresh from the oven. Guilty pleasure swept over her at the thought of the sugary treat. It was one of her vices. Kelsey motioned Ethan forward. He strode to the center, slipping one hand into his pocket while the other clutched what appeared to be a stack of brochures. His shirt had thin blue stripes on a white background. Lexie liked the way he coordinated his attire with his beige and navy tie. He looked like a spit-polished executive minus the suit jacket.

Her face brightened. ” She ran her finger around the rim of the water bottle. “He’s my joy. Cooper’s seven. A second-grader. He’ll be eight soon. ” Leukemia. The word hit him hard. Cancer. He managed to maintain his composure. ” She lowered her head. “He’s a great kid. ” A jolt of panic shot through him. He’d like to meet her son. He’d like to get to know her, but cancer? Again? ” “I am. He’s a brave boy. ” The urge to flee came over him, soon usurped by shame. A little boy without a dad. Or maybe he had a dad who spent time with him.

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