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Just Like Heaven: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 1-3 from Lacey Baker's Just Like Heaven (November 26, 2013) is available on Hereos and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register at right to read the full excerpt...

Just Like Heaven by Lacey Baker

As a successful criminal prosecutor, Preston Cantrell thrives in the hustle and bustle of Baltimore. Much as he loved his grandmother, the cozy streets of his hometown aren’t enough for him—not when he can make a real difference in the city. To get back to his career, all he needs is a new home for the energetic puppy he inherited. But when the gorgeous woman who arrives to adopt finds the dog more appealing than he is, Preston’s determined to plead his case.

Heaven Montgomery is still shaky after an accident almost claimed her life—and her doctor thinks having a pet would help her deal with the post-traumatic stress. The plan is for Heaven to take her new puppy back home to Boston…but Sweetland’s warmth and charm is irresistible.Why should she rush back to the chill and snobbery of her city? In Just Like Heaven by Lacey Baker, Heaven’s learning, with Preston’s help,┬áthat life doesn’t always care about the plans you’ve made. Sometimes you just need to let fate—and love—create its own sweet magic.

Chapter 1

Preston Cantrell opened the door after the second knock. He wasn’t sure where his sisters were and could hear the puppies playing in the backyard. Since he was back in Sweetland, lounging in the parlor with a glass of iced tea and the trial transcript his secretary had overnighted to him, he figured it was the least he could do.

What he hadn’t considered was that that simple act would end with an armful of woman falling into him the moment the door was opened: arms flailing, a small gasp escaping her lips, and Preston stumbling backward to keep them both upright. Over his shoulder he spotted Hoover King wobbling up the walkway.

“Sorry ’bout that.” He was talking in between the huffs his hurried steps elicited.

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