By Catherine Anderson
Cautious of affection after her failed first marriage, widow Kate Blakely still falls for her new neighbor, Zachariah McGovern.
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Thunder ripped across the sky once more, but this time the child didn't react. Zach stared at the ceiling, more than a little humbled that she had come to trust him, a virtual stranger, so completely. htm ascent from the well. Not really a stranger, he guessed. Not after coming through something like that together. Which was probably why she had come to him. He had been her savior once, and now she felt threatened again by the storm. Even as weak as he was, he probably seemed as large and untouchable as a mountain to her.
Katie… Somehow, he came to think of her as Katie. Kate sounded so sturdy and practical and plain. She was none of those. Even while he slept, she lingered in his mind, as light as a whisper, her touch like gossamer, her voice a delicate scale of musical notes that lulled and soothed him. Katie… Her image became a pallet of shades behind his closed eyelids, light pink and deep rose on alabaster, her sable hair the perfect frame for her fragilely sculpted face. An angel who floated between him and the clutching hands of death.
She giggled. "No. There weren't no spider. I wasn't scared of your yellin'. " Zach hadn't a clue. "'Cause Nosy wasn't. Ma says a dog can't talk, but Nosy does. " Zach knew how expressive Nosy's face could seem and understood what the child meant. " She wrinkled her nose again, this time in thought. " Her gaze settled on Zach's. "I used to think you looked big and mean. " She nodded but didn't elaborate. " Her eyes widened, and she clamped a small hand over her mouth. " Zach was glad for the slip.
Coming up Roses (Harper Monograms) by Catherine Anderson