Take responsibility for his orphaned niece, yes. Raise her himself, no. A good boarding school was what the girl needed, not an uncle who was never home. But then Michael Throckmorton's niece ran away. And the big-hearted, beautiful diner waitress who'd taken her in wasn't letting her go so easily. Josie Miller had a few conditions for Michael. Oddly enough, he was willing to listen. Yet days later, why wasn't he hauling the teen back to school and himself back to the city? Could it be that an unlikely family was forming?
Once again a great book. Missy's debut book is a wonderful story. The story is about 2 people at different places in there lives ones a waitress the other a banker add to the mix the banker's runaway Niece. I enjoyed the interaction between each of the main players in the book. Josie has a calling to work with runaways and you can tell she really does care. Michael also learns alot about himself. Lisa his Niece is looking for love and acceptance. I really enjoyed this story and seeing where Missy takes us. I give this book 4.5 out of 5. Well worth a read.