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Series: The McCauley Brothers #4
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casa
Publication Date: 11/4/14
Mike McCauley had his soul mate for a precious time before she died giving birth to their son. She left him with the best boy a guy could want, so why is everyone playing matchmaker? He's sick of it . . . until he meets Delilah Webster.
For some reason, the foul-mouthed, tattooed mechanic sets his motor running. He sees the loving woman buried within. But the closer they get, the more the pain of past wounds throws a monkey wrench into a future he's not sure he can handle...
“So, Mike, where’s your plus-one?” she asked, knowing it would set him off. She hadn’t forgotten Abby and the girls gossiping about Mike the last time they’d gotten together. Something about his mother constantly trying to set him up.
As predicted, Mike’s mouth flattened. “He’s over there with Brian.”
She followed his glance to Colin. “Uh-huh. Not that woman with your mom, the one who keeps eyeballing you?”
He followed her glance to his mother and the woman with her and moaned. “Oh hell. Not again. Abby, I thought I told you not to invite any single women.”
Brody caught her eye and raised a pale brow, apparently thinking the same.
Abby tried unsuccessfully to hide a smile. “Hey, don’t blame me. I threw a party, but Beth wanted to bring a few people. The more the merrier, I say.”
“Dude.” Brody shook his head at Mike. “Maybe if you’d pretend to like people, Bitsy would ease up. You need a social life.”
“Bitsy?” Del asked, fascinated by the turn in discussion. Mike didn’t date?
“Oh, he calls Beth Bitsy and James Pop. Always has,” Abby explained.
“Right.” Whatever. Why didn’t Mike date?
“I like people. Well, the ones who aren’t desperate and clingy,” Mike muttered.
“What’s wrong, Mike? Problem finding a woman who doesn’t mind your macho attitude?” Del took a few munchies from the tray Maddie offered as she breezed by with a smile. The evening was turning out to be more entertaining than she’d thought.
“No, the problem is fending off my mother’s idea of what constitutes my ideal woman,” Mike said, his voice like the rumble of a purring engine. “Christ, I’m thirty-four. I can find my own dates.”
“Apparently not,” Brody disagreed. “Oh look. They’re coming this way.”
Del had no intention of leaving. Neither did Abby or Brody.
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