At 17, Layla Weston is already starting over. Having lost both her parents and grandparents, and with nowhere else to go, Layla is moving from Florida to a small town in North Carolina to live with the only family she has left: her estranged uncle and aunt. The last five years of Layla’s life were spent appeasing her lessthan-loving grandmother, followed by being her grandfather’s caretaker. Growing old before her time, Layla lost her identity. Now she must learn how to allow herself to be the one who is cared for and loved.
Extremely impressed with the story and the character build up. I was in knots when Will and Layla were having relationship issues and Will couldn't c..Show More »ommunicate properly without putting Layla in danger.« Show Less
College life for Layla Weston isn't starting the way she intended. She's revisiting the plans she once had to be the reclusive girl she wanted to be at Heyward Prep and is more than confident in her ability to succeed this time. After all, she's got a whole new bag of secrets to keep.
This was another great book. ending was surprising...left you wanting more. can't wait to keep reading.
Layla Weston was supposed to be planning her wedding, not waiting for her fiancé's father to die. As Luke prepares to defend Holly for the shooting of Gregory Meyer, Layla and her family weigh the possibility of being able to return home to North Carolina. Only Layla isn't quite sure that's what she wants.
more twists and turns but the ending was a bit abrupt...evrything was wrapped up but would of liked a few more chapters about the happy ending