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Whoever said change is good should have their head examined. As far as Billy McDonald is concerned, he’s changed enough for one lifetime. He’s been cleanand sober for two years, he’s learned to manage his anger, and he’s uprooted his life and relocated to Maine to reunite with his wife, Katie. He’s even helped Katie create a resource center for at-risk youth, where he teaches guitar to anykid who’s interested. He’s paid his dues. He’s evolved. He’s a better man. It was hard work, but his personal life is the best it’s ever been, and his music career is finally on track.Life should be easier now. Smooth sailing. No surprises, right?Yeah, well. Not so fast. Katie wants him to become a father—again. As the saying goes, been there, done that. He sucked as a parent the first time around, and as far as he’s concerned, you don’t get a do-over. Too bad she doesn’t see it that way.After everything they’ve been through and all they’ve fought to overcome, could this be the one thing they can’t get past?Better Man is the fourth and final book in the Of Love and Madness series.