She never wants to go home again.
Destiny Falls holds too many painful memories for Jess Morgan. Nine years ago, a logging accident near the remote timber town killed her dad and her high school sweetheart. Despite Jess’s broken heart, her mother immediately sought comfort with another man. That choice tore Jess apart and drove her to seek a life far away. Now she’s successful and happy with her big city life.
Or is she?
When fate steps in and family obligations forceher to return home, Jess is convinced that persuading her mom to live with her in Toronto will repair their bond and renew her own sense of belonging.
Too bad Adam Wright has other plans for her.
Jess barely recognizes Adam when he picks her up at the airport. The object of her very first crush, he’s grown into a capable – and handsome – man whose presence forces her to ask some difficult questions: Were her parents ever happily married? Is it right to move on with life if someone you love dies? What is the real definition of success?
And is it possible to get a second chance at true love?