From New York Times bestselling author Heidi McLaughlin comes a heartfelt story about overcoming great loss and forgiving past sins to find happiness again.
Brooklyn Hewett hasn ’ t set foot in Cape Harbor for fifteen years—not since an accident claimed the love of her life, Austin Woods. Desperate to move forward, Brooklyn has focused on raising her daughter for the past ourteen years. But when the pportunity comes along to renovate the old Driftwood Inn, Brooklyn knows it ’ s time to com home.
But it won ’ t be easy. For one, Austin ’ s best friend, Bowie Holmes, still lives in Cape Harbor. Brooklyn hasn ’ t always been able to forgive him: not since the night they spent together—the same night they both lost Austin. Separated by tragedy and betraya, they ’ re brought together by the Driftwood project. And as they rebuild the inn, they iscover they ’ re also rebuilding something else.
Brooklyn ’ s actually been desperate to move on, not realizing that she first needs to reconcile past transgressions. She shoul ’ t tell, but she can forgive—Austin, Bowie, and herself—on her way toward long-awaited happiness.