Having left his life in politics, lawyer Chase McCabe is on his way to meet his brothers and sort out family matters when he stops for gas and walks in on a robbery in progress. However, he discovers the culprit is just a kid, and her situation may not be as clear as he thought. Authorities have written the girl off, and his need to fix everyone’s problems sets in, putting him on a collision course with a mysterious woman with secrets of her own and entangling him in a precarious relationship that ties him to a place he was just passing through.
—“ANOTHER HOT BROTHER Chase is Mr. Fix Everybody and Everything and I for one need fixing! LOL!! Can't wait to meet the rest of the family.” KEC200 Reviewer
—“Wait until you meet Chase McCabe!” – Reviewer - Carol
—“Another group of strong, alpha men. “Chase McCabe was an amazing hero - Three lives were changed when Chase stopped for gas and walked in on a robbery in progress.”
—“If you like family sagas then Ms. Eckhart is the author for you. She does them wonderfully and makes you fall in love with all the families. There are always hot men, strong women, adorable children and loads of love.”
Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense
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Chase stood, and the girl he’d been holding down slowly sat up. He took in her face. The tough kid was doing her best to hide how scared shitless she was. “I’ve got the gun tucked in the back of my pants,” Chase said. “Got it away from her.” He went to reach back for it.
“Stop right there. Hands up where I can see them. Don’t be reaching for anything,” said the sheriff.
Chase lifted his hands and waited as the sheriff stepped around him, his hand resting on his holstered gun, and lifted the gun tucked in the waist of Chase’s pants. He stepped back and handed it to the tall cop over by the door.
“Goddamn little shit came in here and pulled a gun in my face,” the man behind the counter said. He’d been crapping his pants when Chase walked in, but he was now working his way up to being an asshole.
“Near as I can figure, I heard the commotion from where I was at the back of the store,” said the overweight farmer. “Saw the gun. Then this numbskull walks in, and everything went to hell.” He was actually pointing to Chase as if he were responsible for all of this, and he seemed angry at Chase for having put an end to something that could have gone really badly. The woman in the ball cap still hadn’t said a word as she crossed her arms, but her eyes made a God help me roll to the ceiling. She obviously knew the farmer.
Already translated. Translated by Genny Becchi
Already translated. Translated by Claudio Valerio Gaetani and Viviana Rafaella Gaetani Chinchilla