All roads lead home in Snowberry Creek…
After a devastating tour in Afghanistan, all Spencer Lang wants is for life to return to normal. But when he rides into his hometown on his Harley, he learns that his friends and family have tried to move past their heartbreak since he was reported killed-in-action—and the woman he loved is about to marry his best friend. Now, all he can do is pick up the pieces of his life.
Years ago Melanie Wolfe left town, with no intention of ever coming back. But when her father dies, she reluctantly returns home to salvage the family business. Reuniting with Spencer, her high school crush, complicates the already thorny situation, especially when she begins losing her heart to him all over again.
As Spencer and Melanie work to restore order to her family’s company, two damaged hearts face an unexpected new future that is filled with possibilities…and love.
In Morgan's third Snowberry Creek contemporary (after More Than a Touch), a soldier's homecoming is less than welcoming. Spencer Lang went missing in Afghanistan and was presumed dead. When he returns to Snowberry Creek, he's devastated to learn that his fellow soldier Nick is marrying Spence's best friend, Callie. Melanie Wolfe rescues Spence from a night of self-destruction and offers him a place to stay and temporary employment as she struggles to keep her family business afloat. Though Melanie knows that Spence will likely leave town after reconciling with his military buddies, she can't resist her attraction to her former high school crush and his wounded soul. Melanie's shy, yet confident personality is the perfect match for Spence's tough and tortured nature, and the sweet, sensual romance between Melanie and Spence is refreshing and believable without graphic eroticism. Readers will fall in love with the characters and their idyllic town in the Cascade Mountains.