Harrison Ferello is determined to make something of his life, something that proves he's nothing like the no-good man who fathered him. He has no plans to marry or settle down, to take the risk that his father's poor parenting skills might be in his genes. He's going to become a doctor and do great things. But then he finds out that Lynnette, the woman he once loved but hasn't heard from for months, has been keeping a devastating secret. She's pregnant--with twins.
For Harrison, there is only choice. He'll be the best father he can be, will support the children and Lynnette as much as possible. But as soon as he's made his decision, Lynnette and one of the babies die in childbirth. Now he's facing an even more difficult decision--what to do with his new son, a child he didn't even know he'd created until two weeks ago.
Noelle Kane knows what it's like to suffer the loss of a child. That's why she's gotten involved with the Memory Box Artist Program, which provides memory boxes to grieving parents. She finds helping others in this way very cathartic--until she meets Harrison Ferello. She knows Harrison is reeling from the recent changes in his life and, against her better judgment, agrees to help him by adopting his infant son. She's eager for a second chance at motherhood, and is fairly certain Harrison will walk away without a backwards glance. But Harrison soon realizes that he can't really let go of his baby that easily, not without turning out just like his father. Then he and Noelle must both decide what role they'll play in the child's life--and in each others. [from author's web site]
based on Tera Leigh and her Memory Box Artist Program