Maggie and Clay knew each other growing up, they always had a thing for each other and it almost happened. Except tragedy stuck and Clay chose family. Now she's back in their home town with her husband Cameron, and despite their past, Clay befriended Cameron and things were great. Until tragedy struck again. Now Clay doesn't know how to handle his feelings for Maggie as they continue to grow... what he doesn't know is her feeling for him have come back, and stronger than ever.
I enjoyed this book for the most part, the characters were great, and I loved Clays family! Vivian Arend definitely knows how to write a steamy love story. I just couldn't get over how fast Maggie moved on after the death of her husband. I understand she had previous feelings for Clay, but 4 months after the man she loved for 8 years tragically dies. Yeah right. It was hard to imagine and I couldn't believe the author made her move on so quickly. This story would have been a much better read if Cameron would have left and divorced her, not died.
If that part of the story doesn't bother you, then you'll love the story. Clay and Maggie do truly love each other, and prove they can over come anything if they just stick together.