A lucky man…
Devlin Cunningham is a bachelor with no worries. His business is also his hobby; his work hours are whatever he wants them to be; his office is downstairs from his bedroom, and his accountant is right at hand keeping his bills paid and his books balanced.
Until a cab driver drops off a baby. With a note that implies Sam is Devlin’s son.
An unlucky woman…
Five more minutes and accountant Kady Bishop would have been gone for the long holiday weekend, free of the constant strain of keeping Devlin’s finances in order. In fact, she’s on her way out the door when a cab driver hands her a baby – innocent, adorable, hapless Sam.
A blessed event?
When Devlin insists that he knows nothing about Sam’s origins – or how to care for a baby, for that matter – Kady can’t turn her back. She grew up in foster homes herself, so she knows what Sam’s facing if Devlin doesn’t come around – and fast.
Sam’s got opinions and he doesn’t hesitate to voice them. He wants Kady.
Devlin needs Kady – at least until he’s had time to figure out what’s hit him.
And as for Kady… Maybe the woman who grew up alone wants and needs someone to call her own.
Despite their rocky start, can these three end up forming a family?