Running from a broken relationship, Paisley is packing up a house ready for a sale. Only what she finds will impact the man she’s running from and contacting him means facing him again. I haven’t yet read a LoRee Peery book I haven’t liked and this one is no exception. From the get go, this book pulls the reader in and refuses to even let them up for air. A great read for a spring evening.
I was given a copy of the book in rtn for an honest review.