Quinn and Zee have both had trials but their paths have finally brought them back together. Quinn life is filled with her overprotective brothers, boring dating life, and dreams for something more. The minute she kissed Zee St James all those years ago and he turned away from her and left town and never looked back, she lost the man she loved and the life she dreamed of with him. Zee can only classify his life as a exercise in screwups. One colossal mistake after another has shaped his life and now it’s time to own up to faults. Back home for the first time in years he knows that he his revelations are going to blow apart his sleepy hometown. The moment he sees Quinn again every single emotion he tried to bury resurfaces. Something about her brings him peace, something he craves but doesn’t deserve. He knows he has nothing to offer her, but he is helpless to ignore the passion he feels for her. But with the his secrets and demons what hope does he have at keeping her?
I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book.