Everything is finally starting to fall into place for single mother Avery Hammons and her daughter Quinn, moving back to her hometown and building a home, until she comes face to face with the man who left her 11 years ago.
A heartwarming second chance romance, with a welcoming small town community. Avery has worked hard to make a life for herself and her daughter, it was easy to understand her protectiveness as well as her fears in letting Grayson into their lives. I admired her for stepping out in faith, and giving Grayson a chance.
Grayson has been through a lot of things, he does a great job of connecting with Quinn, and gives the farm work his best shot even though he doesn't know much about rural living. He is a charming man, and I liked that he was up for trying new things.
Overall, this was a sweet romance, themes of faith, and humorous moments involving the stubborn but adorable animals that Grayson's father bought. Quinn is a sweet girl, and I liked how Avery and Grayson reconnect and rebuild trust along the way. The story is well paced, with a lot going on, a great setting and good side characters.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.