Wes Davis left Vista Falls when the girl he loved got pregnant and decided they were too young and irresponsible to be parents. He signed the adoption papers, but he never stopped loving the baby he’d never met. Years passed, success found him, but there was a hole in his heart and life that he knew only one thing could fill. His son.
Sage Breville was stunned to learn her ex-boyfriend was back in town. With him came a rush of memories and questions about the kind of life they could have had if she’d been brave enough to stand up to her parents years ago and raise the child she’d so desperately wanted with the man she loved.
There were some wounds time couldn’t heal, and Sage was convinced there was no way back for them. But did Wes see it her way or was he ready to forgive… and move on?
A good read
Loved both characters but Wes was a strong hero. I like a man who knows what he wants and is willing to go for it. Great read.
This was a great book. I loved the characters & the story. The topic of this book is very heartfelt & something a lot of young people have to deal with & it does effect all persons involved their whole life.
I liked the story, but it was frustrating wading through all the extra and incorrect words in so many of the sentences. Pretty obvious nobody proof read it.