He'd chosen to keep his child
She'd given her baby away
Kitt Stevens has never really believed the old adage--opposites attract. But she has to admit she finds Mark Masters very attractive, even if he disagrees with her on almost every topic they discuss. He's irritating, arrogant, humorous, intelligent--and makes Kitt feel alive for the first time in years.
Then Kitt learns that Mark is raising his young daughter on his own. What's more, he'd paid the child's mother to go through with the pregnancy. Suddenly the differences between Kitt and Mark threaten to pull them apart....
Until she learns to accept that the choice she made four years ago was the right choice for her and her baby. And the choice Mark made was the right one for him and his daughter. Now they need to make the right choice for themselves.