He’s a convicted felon out on parole for a crime he didn’t commit. She’s the girl who put her life on hold while he was away. Can the two pick up right where they left off?
He never should’ve gone on that beer run. If he’d stayed at the party, kissing Robyn by the bonfire, his life would’ve turned out totally different. But actions have consequences, the slam of the judge’s gavel echoing the death knell of his freedom.
Now he’s back in his hometown, starting his life over at his family’s Christmas tree farm and winery.
Running into Robyn wasn’t part of the plan.
She leaves him pining and reckless to see her again. But things permanently changed after that night so many years ago. Or so he thought.
With Robyn, he feels understood, wanted, and strong—things he hasn’t felt in a long time. When she’s in his arms, he’s tempted to trust again. To love again. To fly free again.
But deep down, he’s petrified.
Will the love they share be enough to overcome the past? Or will his second chance at happily ever after implode, confining him to a life sentence—alone?