If you trust your heart, you'll always know who you are…Each summer, Kate Livingston returns to her family's lakeside cottage, a place of simple living and happy times - a place where she hopes her son, Aaron, can blossom. But her quiet life gets a bit more interesting with the arrival of a mysterious new neighbor, JD Harris.
JD has a good reason for being secretive. In a moment of sheer bravery, the Washington, D.C., paramedic prevented a terrible tragedy - and became a national hero. He's hardly able to remember who he was before the media frenzy…until he escapes to this lovely, remote part of the Northwest.
Now Kate and Aaron have rekindled the joy of small pleasures and peace, something JD thought he'd never have again. But how long will his blissful anonymity last before reality comes banging at his door?
©2005 Susan Wiggs (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
no, unless you are into this sort of book. Pretty much they are all the same, just the names and settings change.
I'm not sure.
If you've read one romance, you've read them all. There was nothing stand out about this one.
The narration is robotic at best, made it very hard to listen to a book that was "just ok" to start with.
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