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  • Sweet, Fragrant Story!

    "Sammy was his son. Brady knew how it felt to have a parent give up on you. No way was he doing that to Sammy. He'd lay down his life for the kid." As well intended as this sentiment was meant to be, it turned out that Brady's deceased ex-wife had ultimately deceived him even after death; Sammy was not Brady Collins' biological son. Now it was up to Brady and his attorney to convince a judge that he, not Sammy's grandparents, was the best option for Sammy's future. Ironically it seems that having a fiance, and ultimately a wife, would score huge points in Brady's favor. The trouble was, he wasn't even dating . . .. .he and his son's baby-sitter, Hope Daniels, were just best friends. Or were they? Hope Daniels would do practically anything to secure Sammy's future with Brady; she certainly loved them both. But marry Brady, when her dream job in Atlanta was finally within reach? As long as their relationship could just bypass the word "love", she might actually be able to do it. The last time love got in the middle of her plans, the results had been traumatic. "The fear was just too overwhelming, and she didn't have the courage to go through this again." Where is the happily-ever-after when panic takes over . . . . ."you think there's still hope"? A wonderful story filled with the tragedies and triumphs that all of us call life.

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