Faith Holland was left at the alter three years ago by her high school sweetheart Jeremy who came out of the closet on their wedding day. She then left her hometown for San Francisco where she has had a thriving a professional life. She returns home to Manningsport where she will have to face her past and Levi Cooper, the handsome police chief she blames for ruining her life.
As much as Faith loved to come home, seeing Jeremy and her family means she has to relive her past and the guilt she feels. Jeremy was the love of her life, her prince charming. They were supposed to live happily ever after. After so many disappointments, when it came to dating, Faith was still not over being jilted by the love of her life.
When she gets home, she realizes that some things never change and that she has to face all her demons. She is angry at Levi for convincing Jeremy to be honest with her and himself on their wedding day. She tells herself that it is easier to blame him than to face her past and a tragedy that she has followed her for most of her life.
Faith has spent her life looking for love, acceptance and peace of mind. In addition, Faith deals with her dysfunctional but wonderful family, finding love and clarity and even having to share secrets from her past including the death of her mother.
Still angry at Levi, she doesn’t see what everyone sees in the Chief of Police. He is the perfect man - handsome, a wonderful, and caring. Much to her dismay, she runs into Levi all over town. However, as she gets to know him better, she soon finds herself falling for him.
I was not paid for this review. Thank you to Meryl L. Moss Media for sending me a free copy for my review.