An Opportunity for Redemption – Book two in the Haven Security series.
She kept his son a secret for years—she should pay for her deceit. Instead, he’s fighting the urge to drag her back into his arms—and bed.
When ex-commando—and now owner of Haven Security—Nathan Haven discovers he has a son, it’s enough of a kick to the gut. Learning at the same time that this child he’s never met is losing the battle with leukemia—the last straw. He vows to make Rebecca Hammerton regret her decision to keep his son a secret from him. But first he is going to do everything in his power to help defeat the disease that threatens his boy’s life. Then he will deal with the woman that walked away from him seven years ago without so much as a by your leave, turning his heart to stone.
He just has to suppress the constant urge to drag the damn sexy heartbreaker back into his arms—and his bed—first.
Seeing Bec sitting down, her face so pale, obviously in shock at his arrival, should have fueled the rage that had consumed Nathan on his drive to face her. But to his surprise and disappointment, the reaction he was fighting was the urge to wrap his arms around her quaking body and comfort her. He was so pissed off at his own weakness. Disgusted that his body was responding to Bec’s in the same way it had all those years ago, unconcerned by the fact that she was a lying bitch who had hidden his own son from him. His dick had gone rock-hard the moment she’d opened her door.
She didn’t even look the same. This Bec had short hair, was thinner than he remembered her being when they’d been together. She looked tired, worn out. She may have lost those lush curves that had once driven him wild, but still he reacted to her, just as he always had done. It may as well have been only hours or days since they’d last seen each other instead of the nearly eight years that had up until this minute felt like a lifetime. He still had it bad for Rebecca Hammerton. But Nathan was not going to let that stop him from his mission—to claim his son and rid the boy of the disease that was threatening his life.
He did not move a muscle as he waited for an answer to his question—for Bec to tell him about his son. He stared her down, trying to intimidate her. He wanted her to fear him. She deserved it after what she had done. Not that he would ever harm her physically, Nathan was not that type of man—loathed the filthy bastards that abused women—and if Bec remembered him at all, she would know that about him. But he was angry, at her and at himself for his initial reaction to seeing her again.
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