The fifth–and final–book in The Sisters Callaway series is out today.
Here’s the blurb, excerpt and buy link.
Kel Morgan and Cord Michaels have been friends forever. One day they will grow to love each other, everyone tells her, yet Kel isn’t so sure. No matter what she does or says, he’s afraid to commit to more than just friendship.
Then one day she takes things into her own hands. Soon she learns what a mistake she’s made when he runs off without a word, and refuses to tell her why. Cord’s past has always been a closed book to her, and now even his present is off limits.
Six weeks later, after getting sick at the diner in front of half the town, that one time together comes back to haunt her when the pregnancy test comes back positive. Twice.
And the baby’s father still refuses to talk.
Will Kel have to raise her baby alone? Or will Cord finally find the strength to face his demon?
“Tell me you at least opened the box.”
She nodded. “I opened it.”
Kel sighed. “I followed the instructions to the letter.”
“And what are the results?”
“I haven’t checked it yet.”
She huffed loud again. “Why not?”
“I don’t want to know.”
“Kelly, you need–” A male voice near the phone broke up her sentence. “I’m talking to your sister.”
Kel moved the phone away at the sound of her brother’s laughter.
“You still there?”
She swallowed away her apprehension and placed the phone back against her ear. “You didn’t tell Sam anything, did you?”
“Good.” She sighed. “I’d rather he didn’t know.”
“You know I won’t tell anyone,” Allie said softly. “Now quit stalling and go check.”
“I really don’t want to know.”
“Go and check the test, Kelly.” The doctor was talking to her now, not her friend.
“Okay, I’m going to the bathroom now.”
“I’m here for you.”
That was the only thing giving her strength right now. She lowered the phone to her side and stepped into the bathroom — and looked directly at the white plastic stick-like object on the dark-tan counter.
Kel felt like crying. “Looks like Dad’s going to get his wish.”
“Yes.” She sank onto the toilet. “I’m going to be a mother.”
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