Caine’s not the only one whose friends are interested in what’s going on between him and Norah.
Quincy raised an eyebrow. “So that’s how it is?” Though she said nothing more, the
implication couldn’t have been clearer. Norah was suddenly forcibly reminded that Quincy had a
reputation as one of the community’s most notorious matchmakers.
“It isn’t like that,” Norah protested. “Caine doesn’t like crowds so he prefers to bring his
lunch back to the store where it’s quiet. He also can’t take Mav into a restaurant so it’s easier just
to come back. I’m usually there and I have to eat too. It seems rude to leave him alone. I’m just
being friendly. That’s all.”
Norah Waldon comes to Corbin’s Bend to start over after her husband of 10 years is killed in a freak accident. For the first time since college, she is on her own. She’s determined to fulfill her dream of owning her own bookstore, and for the first time in her life wants to live somewhere where she can be herself as she’s been hiding her desire for a DD relationship for far too long. Her late husband would have never understood. If she can get her bookstore off the ground, and maybe just maybe find an HOH who will take care of her the way she’s always wanted, everything will be perfect.
Enter Caine Landry the carpenter who is working on her bookstore. He brings out things in her she hasn’t felt in years. There’s just one problem. He doesn’t live in Corbin’s Bend and has no interest whatsoever in anything involving spanking. He had plenty of that growing up thanks to his grandfather and his belt. He can never do that to another person, no matter how he might feel about Norah.
Will their differences prove to be insurmountable or can Caine somehow find a way to become the man she needs?
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