Lee Ann London once had big plans…scholarship, college, love. Then she found herself raising her deceased sister’s twin girls when their father disappeared. Now, with her beautiful girls, a community that depends on her, and her photography studio finally taking off, Lee Ann may not have the life she’d imagined, but it’s definitely the one she wants. Until Cody, her bad-boy ex, returns to Sugar Springs…
Cody’s childhood put a chip on his shoulder the size of Texas. Bouncing around the foster care system, he was always the one to leave before anyone left him first. Then he found a place he wanted to stick: with Lee Ann, the best thing that ever happened to him. Only, he hurt her. Bad. He’s back now, and determined to earn her forgiveness…and maybe win back her love while he’s at it.
(P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kristin on 05-03-13

Way good!

This story had a lot of depth. I really loved all the characters and I couldn't put is down. Although, not related as in a series, Kim Law's other book "Caught on Camera" was equally good if you like this one.
Natalie Ross does a great job as well. She makes the story come alive and the characters believable. Would definitely listen to both again!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Tauna on 01-03-16

too much thinking

This is how it went. Something happens. She thinks 5 things and then wonders 7 things, then compares all those thinks to her childhood. Eventually she says something. He then feels 7 things, hates himself 5 ways to Sunday and wonders 4 more things. Then he says something. It takes 5 years for them to even have a conversation.
Natalie Ross was superb and is the only reason I finished this damn book.

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