Ryder to the Rescue!
On location for his home improvement show, "America's Hottest Handyman" Ryder Wallace has his hands full with the station's contest winner. Lauryn Schulte is a single mom with a falling-down house, a failing business and two kids under four–exactly the kind of woman that has this playboy running for this hills . . . but not this time. Not when her little girl has him playing tea party, building castles and cuddling her baby brother. And Lauryn?
She torments his libido in ways that should be outlawed. Ryder doesn't do relationships with strings–but Lauryn has him tied up in knots. He's got to cut and run. So why does he keep getting tangled up in the most outrageous idea of all–becoming a husband and a daddy?
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