No one messed with Georgia Mae Collins unless they wanted to deal with Nicholas Santiano. For sixteen years he protected her as if she was family. But the day he no longer saw her as a skinny girl was the day he faced his biggest fight…his growing feelings for the woman he should not desire.
As far as petite Georgia was concerned, she did not possess the qualities Nicholas looked for in a woman – she was definitely not his type and she knew it, so she never considered him to be anything more than a friend.
But when her father is viciously attacked and Nicholas’s sister is also hospitalized, Georgia and Nicholas are forced to turn to each other for comfort and discover the attraction is stronger than either one of them had imagined. But can their parents accept this new relationship?