He'll never see her as more than a friend.
Computer nerd Rosalie Missen has been in love with Clint Carmichael since high school. But the hunky carpenter considers her his best friend - and friend alone. In fact, he even married another woman during Rosalie's long infatuation. But now he's single again, and Rosalie wonders if she can gather the courage to make her play. Or should she recognize defeat before embarrassing them both and take a job in a different city? One way or another, it's time to move on with her life.
Though Clint is relieved that his shotgun marriage is over, he feels responsible and guilty for the breakup. He's supposed to be the emotional fixer, the guy who makes everybody happy. But he hadn't been able to make his ex happy, and now he's apparently failing to please his best friend Rosalie. She's thinking of moving away. Leaving him behind. He frantically searches for a way to convince her to stay. He's willing to do anything.
Anything except risk his heart.
A heartwarming and sexy romance, this is the second book of the Home Again series.