For four years, Kate Adler has lived in the city, working in places she doesn't belong, with people she hardly knows. It's how she keeps her broken past where it belongs – in the past. Life is simpler that way.
But when one ill-advised choice leads to a terrifying situation, she is forced to go to a safe place where she can heal – and forget.
Linc Thomson is looking forward to a break, and with three weeks of holidays ahead of him, he wants lazy days at his coastal home doing whatever the hell he pleases. That is, until late one night, the woman he thought he'd never see again arrives next door.
He should stay away, but even after five long years of separation, he's still drawn to the woman, and he can't help but wonder – why has Kate returned to the town he knows she hates? And why is she battered and bruised?
Linc recognises a chance at redemption when he sees one, and this time, he won't be walking away.
But when the truth is stripped bare, is taking a chance on old love really a good idea? And can the mistakes of the past once forgiven, truly be forgotten?
Format: Paperback Dimensions: US Trade (152 mm x 228 mm) Pages: 412 pgs