The last man in the world Brenna James should be drawn to
Cassidy. He is, after all, the attorney who won a lawsuit
against her. His
rescue of her one night after work makes her reassess
believes about this hard man. He challenges her to see himˇ
not the tool of
retribution in a grudge match against her. And when she
opens her eyes and
her heart to him, she discovers he may be what she's
always dreamed of . .
. and can never have.
Cole Cassidy knows Brenna has no reason to like him, much
less trust him.
But when fate throws a second chance his way, he seizes
determined to find out more about this woman on whom he's
reputation and his career. He discovers she's the kind of
person he most
admires . . . one who stands on her own two feet, looks
life in the eye and
takes responsibility - and she's been doing so since she
was fifteen. That
she's a survivor is obvious-what he doesn't understand is
why she has
settled for mere survival when she could have so much
It's an impossible dream he tantalizes her withˇwith him
at her side, a
dream she would give anything to claim as her own.