Two weary strangers are about to rest their burdens in Eternity Springs, where there's hope for every broken heart.
Haunted by the loss of his wife and son, Daniel Garrett left the police force to devote his life to finding missing children. But he still hasn't found a way to mend the wounds of his past-until he attends a wedding in the small mountain town of Eternity Springs...and meets a beautiful, intriguing woman who offers a glimpse of something Daniel thought he'd never have again.
Sometimes life gives us
a second chance at love.
Shannon O'Toole isn't looking for romance. Ever since her fiancé's death, she created a quiet life for herself restoring Victorian cottages. Still, she can't deny her attraction to the handsome, broad-shouldered stranger. Daniel makes her feel things she's hasn't felt in years-including the desire to share her secrets. But can Shannon trust a detective when doing so could bring danger to her cottage door? In Eternity Springs, anything-and everything-is possible...
"Emily March's stories are heartwrenching and soul-satisfying.
For a wonderful read, don't miss a visit to Eternity Springs."
-Lisa Kleypas, New York Times bestselling author
The delightful and uplifting 10th Eternity Springs contemporary (after Teardrop Lane) transmutes heartache and loss into love and hope. Shannon O'Toole is ready to get some rest and perhaps put down roots in the warm and embracing community of Eternity Springs, Colo. With good friends and economic security, she desperately hopes that the terrifying and unrelenting demons from her past will leave her in peace. Daniel Garrett, a PI who finds missing children, continues to grieve the devastating deaths of his son and wife 10 years earlier, but visiting Eternity Springs soothes his soul. When Shannon and Daniel meet at a wedding, the attraction is instantaneous, electric, and profoundly meaningful. As their lives continue to intersect and their relationship hits some unexpected bumps, Shannon and Daniel must decide whether their faith is stronger than their fears. As with March's earlier entries, lovable and well-developed secondary characters add depth and humor. Shannon and Daniel's romance is believable and combustible, and the plot contains more than enough twists and turns to keep the story real and satisfying.