Susan Warner – Sweet romance

Love at Wolf's Spring

He shapes clay into art.
She helps the wounded heal.
Together can they form a love story?

Ryan Cartia knows how to work with clay. With his famously skilled hands, he can
make his medium do whatever he wants, and he trusts the process implicitly. If
only the injury in his leg were so easily manipulated, and if only people were so
easily trusted. The only person he trusts is his sister, Layla. But she can't take
care of him after he has a surgery to help his leg do some healing.

Caring for people is what Alexis Baker does best, and she’s been doing it all her life.
Even after her husband passed, she’s been taking care of his mother, who never
recovered from losing her son. But now she’s gone too, and with no work history,
Alexis needs to find a job to provide for her and her ten-year-old daughter. She may
have found the answer when she finds within her mother-in-law’s personal effects
a letter from a town called Inheritance Bay. This could be her chance. But her new
patient is the grouchiest man she’s ever met.

Ryan can’t believe he is letting a stranger take care of him. No matter what Layla says,
he doesn’t even need help—and certainly doesn’t need it from a woman with a child.

Ryan’s going to prove he doesn’t need anyone. Alexis is going to prove she has worth..

Can they both prove that love has a way of healing all hurts and bringing meaning
to their lives?

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