The Bennett Family, three brothers and a sister living in idyllic Oak Grove, Pennsylvania. The kind of family that still has Sunday dinners together. But not all is perfect beneath the surface. Follow along as Lucas, Joey, Rachel, and Michael discover that life is easier when someone you love is by your side<
One Last Risk
Firefighter Lucas Bennett had the carefree life he'd always wanted until a deadly blaze took the life of his best friend. Blaming himself was easy but pulling himself from the tailspin of guilt proved to be much harder. When he nearly died fighting the beast, he decided to make a change before it was too late.
A fire took Sarah Robinson’s husband and her home, leaving her to raise their daughter alone. She and her daughter moved to Oak Grove, far away from the grief of the past. All Sarah needed was the chance to start a new life for her and her daughter.
An accident on a dark, rainy night put Lucas and Sarah on a collision course neither of them expected... with questions they're not ready to answer. Can a single mother open her broken heart for a second chance at love? Will a broken firefighter risk his heart for what might be his only chance at forever? Are each of them willing to take one last risk to be together?
One Last Dance
After his previous girlfriend left, Joey Bennett swore he'd never again surrender his heart or be measured by someone's big city ideals. Trust is only given to family and friends who care about him for who he is, and what he isn't. When a beautiful stranger dances into his bar, he takes the challenge to prove that his hometown is different.
Brittany Carlson hates small towns after growing up in one that destroyed her mother's life... and her own. New York City is her new hometown where her neighbors are friends and everyone looks out for each other. But a weekend visit to Oak Grove and one dance with a sexy local threatens to change everything.
Long nights stoke Joey and Brittany's desire to stay together, but reality is different when exposed to the harsh light of day. She scrambles back to New York and the safety of her city, but nothing feels the same.
Can she take the small town out of Joey, or can the love of a good man become her new home?
One Last Chance
Rachel Bennett has had enough. She's finally found the strength to leave her bastard of a boyfriend with the help of her childhood friend and deputy sheriff, Sawyer. But the hurt runs deep, as do the family secrets that drove her down the spiral of self-destruction. She's determined to start life fresh, but with nowhere to go, she finds herself staying with Sawyer.
Sawyer Truman has loved Rachel as long as he can remember. He joined the Army after high school to prove to himself--and Rachel--he's the right man for her. He returns from Afghanistan broken to find Rachel shacking up with a new boyfriend. But it doesn't take long before he sees what no one wants to admit--Rachel is being abused. After one too many calls to her house, he convinces Rachel to leave Shane. What he didn't expect to happen was to find her living in his guest room.
As Rachel heals from her abusive relationship, Sawyer and Rachel grow closer. But will a lingering family secret threaten to ruin Rachel's fragile psyche? Will Sawyer's unspoken love for Rachel survive and grow?
One Last Objection
Dr. Margaret James is a successful psychologist. After growing up with two absent parents, she sees no need for a family or children. She's happy and independent and likes it that way. She even enjoys the friends-with-benefits relationship she has with Philadelphia lawyer Michael Bennett.
After his dreams for making partner at his big city law firm are shattered, Michael Bennett packs up, buys out a practice in his hometown, and moves home. He's looking forward to the slower pace of life in Oak Grove and interested in reigniting his relationship with fiery Maggie James.
An unexpected pregnancy throws Maggie for a loop. She doesn't know how to be a mother. She can barely take care of herself. Enter Michael, who wants to take care of her and the baby. Is she willing to give up some of her independence for a chance at love and the family she's never had? Will Michael be able to overcome her objections?