The car accident was Hannah Price's fault - a few seconds of inattention that changed Gabe Holbrook's life forever, destroying everything he'd been or ever wanted to be.
He was a man who'd had it all. Intelligent, handsome, talented, rich, he'd been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Now he's come home to Dundee, the small town where he was raised, but he's a stranger to the people who once knew him. Folks think he's bitter and withdrawn; he knows he's just focused on recovering. But thanks to Hannah Price, there are some things that can't be fixed.
Hannah has been struggling to recover from that fateful night, too. Unlike Gabe, she sustained only minor injuries. But she's not sure she'll ever be able to forgive herself for making a mistake with such far-reaching consequences. Especially when Gabe becomes her older son's football coach, and she begins to fall in love with the man she nearly destroyed....
©2005 Brenda Novak (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.
I liked how the two main characters, Hannah and Gabe, grew closer despite what had happened between them.
My favorite character was Gabe. His reactions to the various things that were going on in his life and around him were quite entertaining.
I think she did a good job narrating.
The Stranger of Dundee
Brenda Novak is a great writer.
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