I am wildly successful in my career. Everyone knows Graham Frazier, soccer club owner, is a winner. In my love life? Decidedly less so. But just because I'm divorced doesn't mean I can't throw my best friend the wedding party of the year. Even if marriage is a mistake.
I hadn't expected the long hours with Lori to make me wonder.
Wedding planning is Lori Connor's favorite thing, a vicarious escape from her life as a single mom. I doubt she's ever had a client fluster her like I seem to. She says she's supposed to keep my sarcasm in check, but I keep finding her eyes on my abs more than my best man's speech.
Maybe that's how her guard got lowered enough to end up spending the night with me.
I was already pursuing her relentlessly before I met her son, but damned if that kid doesn't have me wrapped around his finger even faster than his mother did.
Lori seems charmed by the bond forming between her little guy and myself. They're rapidly consuming my every waking thought—but can I truly rekindle a belief in forever?