She’s his addiction. He’s her escape.
Logan Hartson is gorgeous, successful, and has a smile that’ll knock a woman off her feet. And from the moment Courtney Roberts meets him on a dirt road, the chemistry sizzles between them.
Everything about them is wrong. He’s city, she’s country.
He owns expensive restaurants. She runs a small farm.
None of that matters when they’re tangled together in her bed, his body promising things her heart shouldn’t want.
Until people start to talk, and things get rough, and after one last, sweet night together they agree to part.
She never thought she’d see him again. But nature has other plans. The serious kind.
Now she just has to tell him the truth.
So how do you tell somebody their life will never be the same again?
She takes a deep breath, her wide eyes meeting his. “Logan, I’m pregnant.”
*A Better Man is the third book in the Heartbreak Brothers series of emotional standalone romances, set in the small town of Hartson’s Creek. Find out why readers are falling in love with these handsome and brooding brothers! *
“You’re gonna be there for your kid, right?” His brother asked.
“Of course I am.” Logan was as surprised as Gray by the vehemence in his voice.
“What about the mom? You said it was casual. Does that mean you’re not a thing?”
Logan shook his head. “I asked her to marry me. She said no.”
His brother started to laugh.
“What?” Logan asked, his jaw twitching.
“One minute you’re telling me you don’t know what to do about the baby, that this thing was casual. The next minute you’re saying you asked her to marry you. I’m getting whiplash, bro.”
“Join the club,” Logan muttered. “It felt like the right thing to do.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carrie Elks writes contemporary romance with a sizzling edge. Her first book, Fix You, has been translated into eight languages and made a surprise appearance on Big Brother in Brazil. Luckily for her, it wasn’t voted out. Carrie lives with her husband, two lovely children and a larger-than-life black pug called Plato. When she isn’t writing or reading, she can be found baking, drinking an occasional (!) glass of wine, or chatting on social media.