When Emma took the job as camp coach for Taryn’s basketball camp, she wasn’t sure she could handle being around a bunch of little girls all day. The only reason she agreed was knowing Jeff would be there with her to help.
But when Jeff ends up in a meeting all day and missing camp, Emma not only has to spend the day at camp alone, with 12 seven and eight year olds, but she ends up watching Jeff’s daughter half the night, too.
I don’t think either of them were thrilled by that one…
Excerpt from Nothing But Net
When he finally looked at his own house he was confused. His house was lit up. The porch light was on. The interior lights appeared to all be on. And Emma’s gigantic SUV was in his driveway.
How the hell did she get into his house?
Jeff parked next to Emma’s vehicle and got out, knowing he needed to deal with her before he went to get Taryn.
He walked through his wide-open garage and into the kitchen. Where he heard laughter and the television.
What the hell?
“Hello?” he called as he set his stuff on the counter and turned toward the living room to his right.
“Daddy!” Taryn shouted, jumping up from the couch and running to him. She flung herself into his arms, making him nervous. Taryn wasn’t usually an overly affectionate kid. If she was hugging him, he worried it meant something was wrong.
“Are you okay?”
She nodded against his chest. “I thought you were going to get me earlier. I didn’t know what happened.”
“I sent Ms. Isabella a text to let her know my meeting was running late. Why aren’t you at her house?”
“Ms. Isabella had something to do and couldn’t take me with her.”
“So, who’s here?” Jeff asked, dread filling him as he realized he’d left his daughter in the care of someone he didn’t know.
Until she stood up from the couch. Her hair was spilling out of the ponytail he knew she’d worn all day. Her clothes were dirty and wrinkled. Her legs had dirt sprinkled on them. But it was her eyes that told him she was even less thrilled to be there than he was to find his daughter home and not with Isabella.
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