When Brenna Langdon reluctantly returns to Collins, Oklahoma for her best friend's wedding, the last person she expects to run into is Luke Morgan...the rancher who befriended her years ago following her parents' sudden death. Luke is strong, gentle, and impossibly handsome...just what Brenna needs. Except for one thing--he loves his ranch...and the slow-paced solitude of Collins. Painful memories of her parents' death and the agony of living in Collins with a cruel aunt and uncle have made Brenna vow to never return...except for the wedding. Three days, and she's out of there--back to her high-powered, fast-paced marketing job in Chicago. But Luke has other plans...to chase painful memories away and bring Brenna home to Collins, for good.
Q1. Brenna flees Collins to escape painful memories, but Luke tells her the memories will follow her wherever she goes. Do you think it's possible to escape memories by running from them?
Q2. When Brenna insists she'll never return to Collins, Luke responds with patience and gentleness. How might the story have ended if he'd pressured Brenna to stay?
Q3. Luke suggests Brenna begin her Bible reading with Ecclesiastes 3:11. Is there a special Bible verse or passage that has great significance to you?