Facing the past is easier if you don’t have to face it alone.
The Bluebell Inn is turning a profit, and it’s time for the Bennett siblings to sell it and move on. Only Grace has plans to stay in the small lake town of Bluebell, North Carolina, where she hopes her growing outfitters business will save her from the loneliness of her siblings’ departure and the persistent sense of unworthiness in her life.
A gunshot wound resurrects the past for Secret Service agent Wyatt Jennings, and a mandatory leave of absence lands him in Bluebell. There he must come to grips with the tragedy that altered his life fourteen years ago.
When Wyatt books a room at the Bluebell Inn, sparks fly between him and Grace. She volunteers to be his mountain guide, and he soon opens up to her, drawn to her strength and sense of humor. But both are reticent to talk about the survivor’s guilt they each carry, and when their pasts finally collide, their budding romance might not survive the truth.
What a perfect ending to this series.
I have thoroughly enjoyed each book and this one brought everything together beautifully. I even cried at least twice. I could feel Grace’s pain so clearly and happiness.
I just knew there would be some deeper connection between Wyatt and Grace then they even realized, and I was right.
If you haven’t read the other books in this series you can still read this as a stand-alone but it will definitely have a greater impact if you read them all.
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A copy of this book was given to me through Netgalley. All opinions are my own.