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Summer’s Moon: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 1 & 2 from Lacey Baker's Summer's Moon is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt...

Summer’s Moon by Lacey Baker


Parker Cantrell is a Baltimore-based homicide detective who has seen too many bad things to believe in happy endings. But when he returns to Sweetland to retrieve the puppy he inherited, only to share in a night of unexpected passion with gorgeous hometown girl Drew Sidney, his mind is blown. How could something like this have happened—to him, of all people? And then, as they say, there were three…


Drew could never have imagined that legendary heartthrob Parker would come back to Sweetland, let alone into her flower shop…and into her bed. Now that she’s carrying his child, Drew’s life is about to change forever—with or without Parker. Both he and Drew must ask themselves what matters most. Are they ready to reach for the sky and chase their dreams—and give love a chance? in Summer’s Moon by Lacey Baker.

Chapter 1

First Day of September

Today was the day.

Drew Sidney had decided today would definitely be the day she talked to Parker Cantrell.

It had been months since she’d actually stood still long enough to share more than two or three sentences with him. Of course Parker, being the man that he was, had tried to talk to her at every possible opportunity. She prided herself on being able to resist for as long as she had. Tall—over six feet—built like a linebacker with strong, muscular arms and perfect abs, the darkest brown eyes she’d ever seen, and the best lips she’d ever … Saying he was hard to resist was definitely an understatement.

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