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Publisher Description

One last thing, if you do fall in love with him, please go slowly. Be careful. Trust your gut and know not all things are easy. Damaged things can become beautiful if they’re placed in the right hands. – Love, Gran

A small town where pickup trucks rule, the farmer’s market is bigger than the grocery store, and just about everyone goes to church on Sunday is the last place Henley Warren expects to find herself three months after her grandmother’s death. But Gran left a list of things she needed Henley to do after she died, and fulfilling those wishes means spending a summer in the same place her mom fled from when she was only seventeen years old. With each task that is ticked off the list, events are set in motion that uncover secrets surrounding Henley’s life.
Although Henley may have arrived on the shores of Alabama’s Gulf Coast feeling alone and lost in a world without her Gran, things soon change. The small town holds more than she realized- including a broody, gorgeous, potentially dangerous guy who is always showing up when she needs him the most. Henley fears her heart isn’t ready to trust someone so unpredictable but he makes her feel things deeper than she thought possible. So, when Henley discovers the twisted, dark world he is living in, will it be too late to save her heart? Or has her heart been beyond saving from the moment he stepped out of his truck on that very first day?

August 1
Abbi Glines
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

icer95 ,


Interesting characters and a well developed plot. The story has similarities to the book My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrick Backman although the protagonist in this book is a young adult.

Hpeterson0003 ,

My FAVORITE story yet!!!

I love Saul and Henley’s story!!

Qofthewildthings ,

Good, easy read

Good book, I ALWAYS enjoy what Abbi Glines writes. I think I would have gave it 5-stars if the epilogue was a little more detailed, I felt it was an abrupt ending. I can’t tell if there will be a book two, but I hope so!

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