Zac Callahan's fiance took off without a word seven years ago, and he hasn't heard from her since. Until he receives a confusing call, and Lucy seems to be acting as if they are still engaged.
Zac is a good guy, so he goes to pick up Lucy, but when he sees her again and realizes that she has amnesia, he knows that he can't leave her now, despite their past.
Will their love get a second chance?
Things are far from easy for Lucy returning to Summer Harbor, everyone in the small community knows what she did to Zac and they refuse to help her or give her a job. Eventually she convinces Zac to let her help out at his restaurant.
The tension between Zac and Lucy, is realistic and tells so much of their story, because of their history and the many unanswered questions between them, but there is also hope.
I liked Zac and his family and how they are watching out for him, and though they definitely don't welcome Lucy with open arms, they are understanding and slowly start reaching out to her. I think one of my favorite things about this book was how both Zac and Lucy really leaned on their faith to get them through the hardships and uncertainty, and they both grew so much spiritually.
Overall, a fantastic read, I picked it up and couldn't put it down. I loved revisiting Summer Harbor, and the Callahans. There were great characters, and plenty of drama. I loved the plot and the twisting drama. I loved Zac, and was so happy that he got his own story, I like that he is careful and guards his heart, but he is faithful friend, and he trusts God to help him make the right choice. Highly recommend!
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