While Dr. Jessica Huntington engages with the inmates at the women's correctional facility where she works, she's always careful to avoid emotional attachments in her personal life. Loss and betrayal taught her that lesson long ago. But when she comes across a set of old love letters in the prison's library and visits the picturesque town of Hartwell to deliver them to their intended recipient, she finds herself unable to resist the town's charm - and her attraction to the sexy owner of a local bar proves equally hard to deny.
Samantha wrote an easy to follow, very hopeful and positive book about forgiveness and love. I love the way that Samantha Young builds her s..Show More »tories and layers on subplots. Her "background characters" are always my favorite and it was no different in this book. I had a hard time with the ending. It's hard to write why without giving up the plot but I can say that I thought there was a big to-do about nothing. That being said, it's a Samantha Young book, therefore it's very well written and extremely entertaining!Tad and Angelica are dream narrators. I have not one criticism to give them, excellent choice for this book!« Show Less
Bailey Hartwell has many reasons to feel content - her successful business, a close circle of friends, and her steady boyfriend, even if their romance feels staid after 10 years without a serious commitment. The only challenge in her life comes in the form of sexy businessman Vaughn Tremaine. She thinks the ex-New Yorker acts superior and that he considers her a small-town nobody. But when Bailey's blindsided by a betrayal, she's shocked to discover Vaughn is actually a decent guy.
I am in love with this series. narration is wonderful as well. definitely worth the listen