Take a ride with New York Times bestselling author Brenda Novak in this touching story of family, forgivenessand bad reputations.
When Harley Nelson got on his motorcycle and drove out of Portland, Oregon, ten years ago, he left behind a bad reputation—and a baby. Audra Worthington was the reason for both. Now Audra's dead, and his son, Brandon, is being raised by her sister—good girl Lauren, the perfect daughter. But Harley's a self-made success down in California and he's ready to take responsibility for his son.
Lauren knows Harley Nelson's trouble. He's shown up at her door, saying he wants to get to know his son—ten years too late, in Lauren's opinion. Too bad he still looks so good in that black leather jacket
by Brenda Novak
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