Synopses & Reviews
Six years ago tragedy struck and Caroline Rogers had to make tough decisions to sell the family farm and put her life on hold to raise her younger siblings. Now that they're entering adulthood and her long-delayed photography career is taking off, she can almost taste the freedom.
Shaken by self-doubt, Dr. Mick Larsen turns his back on his big-city psychiatric practice and settles for the small-town quiet of Redbud Mill, where he can hide his past successes and failures. To Caroline, he shows only a man who wants to put down roots and start a family--good reasons for her to stay away. Then someone starts vandalizing local landmarks she has photographed. Now Caroline must convince a man with little faith in his own abilities that he can help her find the disturbed mind in their midst. But even as she teaches him to trust himself, she must fight the temptation to trust him with her future and her heart.
Left in the position of raising her two younger siblings after the deaths of her parents, Caroline finally gets the chance to pursue her own dream of photographing exotic locales around the world when her youngest sibling starts college, but her plans change when she meets Mick Larson, the grieving man who purchased her childhood home. Original.
The award-winning author of "Back Roads" delivers a moving tale of a woman who's always dreamed of leaving her small town, and the man who gives her one last reason to stay. Original.