She never expected to be divorced at 27, but now that the court date has passed, it's official. The paperwork is final. Her feelings on it aren't.
Spending the summer in a small mountain town outside Seattle is exactly what she needs. The peaceful scenery is a given, the cat with the croaky meow is a surprise, but the real kicker? A broody neighbor with nice arms, a strange reputation, and absolutely no interest in her.
Anderson Black is perfectly fine being lost. He doesn't care about the town's new resident - he's too busy fighting his own demons. But when he's brought face to face with Wren, he can see her still-fresh wounds from a mile away. What he doesn't see coming is his need to know who put them there - or his desperation to mend them.
Sometimes getting lost is the way to find yourself. Sometimes healing only adds a new scar. And sometimes the last place you expected to be is exactly where you find home.
Contains mature themes.
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By Cyndi on 14-10-2017
✫✫ 3.5 -3.75 Stars ✫✫
First I have to say I LOVE THIS COVER!! Every time I seen it I wanted to know this story!
This book was good, nothing specific stood out for me but It still left me with a heart warming feeling in the end. The characters were both troubled and they figured out how to heal together. It was sweet, the sex was hot and the drama wasn't off the charts (a good thing)! I loved the small town, where everyone knows everyone and they all watch out for each other! The narration was great too!
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By Jonella A. Moore on 10-10-2017
Saving each other...
This audiobook was by a new author to me and I really enjoyed it. The story is about a woman who is newly divorced and feeling kind of lost after years of her husband constantly trying to change her into what he wants. To clear her head and get her life on track, she rents a cabin in a small riverside community for a couple months. After meeting the friendly and somewhat eccentric neighbors, she meets a man who is a withdrawn loner. Something about each of them draws them to the other. Can they both find a way to trust and hope again? Narration was just great.