All widower Luke Hunter wants is to raise his three kids—and be left alone. When Delaney Marks arrives in town to oversee the youth group’s house renovation project, Luke decides he must come out of hiding. He’s worried she’s too young to get the job done. He’ll have to keep a close watch on her—and on his heart. Because being with the vibrant girl makes it easy to forget their age difference and to start hoping for a future he doesn’t deserve. As tensions rise over project pressures, Delaney tries to make Luke see that some things are just out of his control—and that he is worthy of happiness…with her.

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About The Author

Although Glynna now resides in Arizona, some of her favorite memories are of growing up in small Midwestern towns — Iowa, Missouri, Illinois. She can trace her love of storytelling to the many times a houseful of great aunts and uncles gathered with her grandma to share hours of what they called "windjammers" — candid, heartwarming, poignant, and often humorous tales of their youth and young adulthood.

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