I don't know if you believe in karma but I do. Let me start off by saying I was captivated from the very beginning. This book was invigorating from the first paragraph, stretch that, the first sentence had me. Violet and Easton had chemistry from the start.
Being a mechanic' wife oops! Cuze me, an automotive technician wife as my husband would remind me.(behind his back ma-can-nic) in my head. As a wife this book came at the right time. I had an issue with a battery. I could not figure out how to charge it with the fancy portable charger my husband has. Huh! My daughter telling me to hook up one way cuz she watches her father while I'm tripping cuz I'm use to batteries having the + - signs to let you know neg and pos charge. I'm calling him because he knows I'm paranoid. Needless to say the mailman had to help me cuz I was too scared to mess up. That's a perk of being married to a mechanic . I don't have fix my car. Anywho, I digress back to the story. I can honestly say I can relate to Easton and Violet's story. Easton has been involved with her for years and his one good deed has paid off. While as Violet finally returns to take Care of her grandma after years of running away from her past. A mistake she made in high school that has followed her she to her nemesis. Will Easton get a second chance to show Violet what true friendship and love could really be like? Would he be able to show the townsfolk that he is a better person than his father and mechanic? Do you think Violet will be able to come back to her hometown and prove she is a better person? Everyone makes mistakes but owning them are what makes you a better and stronger person. Violet has that in shades she just needs to believe. If you believe in second chances then I think you should give this book a try. It is off the charts. I would have have it more stars.