A returning war hero and the woman who once loved him are brought together again – but will they be able to heal the wounds of their past? Kari Winslow is a Palm Beach news reporter fighting not only to keep her job but also to take over the nightly anchor spot. Her boss has axed her special runaway series and wants “feel-good stories” instead. She has only two weeks to come up with something big, or the series will be taken over by the new anchorman who seems determined to ruin her career.
Jake Harrington has returned from two tours in Iraq, and this wounded warrior is searching for peace — and a family friend who’s gone missing. He turns to his former love, Kari, for help. Though Jake hurt Kari badly once before, she agrees to help him under one condition: he must give her feel-good stories about the everyday heroes he served with. But his memory is sketchy at best, and the only stories he remembers are the ones she doesn’t want to hear.Fate, it seems, has brought them back together — but can Kari ever forget Jake’s bitter betrayal, and will he forgive hers when to save her career she must betray his trust?
I struggled to finish it, because the main female character had such an up and down disposition. I have never felt so discombobulated as I listened. I wanted to quit so many times, but I hoped it would get better, eh, it never really did, but at least I finished it. I wouldn't listen again though.