A powerful love story of second chances for two people who are both running from the past, by the New York Timesbestselling author of Forever My Girl, now a major motion picture.
It’s been fifteen years since Brooklyn Hewett has stepped foot in Southport. After the accident that took Austin—the love of her life—away from her, Brooklyn fled, hoping to leave the pain behind her for good. Raising her fourteen-year-old daughter has been the focus of her life ever since. But when Austin’s mom asks her to renovate the Southport Inn, with an option to buy, Brooklyn knows it’s an opportunity too good to refuse.
Bowie Holmes should have been with his best friend the night he died. Instead, he was doing the unthinkable—and he’s never forgiven himself. Fifteen years later, Bowie gets the job of a lifetime when he’s hired to help rebuild the Southport Inn. There’s just one problem. One very big problem. The designer is none other than Brooklyn Hewett, the one woman he despises more than anyone . . . and the one woman he has never been able to forget.
This ebook includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
About the author
Heidi McLaughlin is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of The Beaumont Series, The Boys of Summer, and The Archers. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she now lives in picturesque Vermont with her husband, two daughters, and their three dogs. Since 2012, when Heidi turned her passion for reading into a full-fledged literary career, she has written more than twenty novels, including the acclaimed Forever My Girl, which was adapted into a major motion picture. When writing isn’t occupying her time, you can find her sitting courtside at either of her daughters’ basketball games.
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