Slowly, a high school romance turns into so much more, but her secrets, and his anger, threaten to ruin their happily ever after. Will God’s grace and love lead them back to each other?
My thoughts: I didn't read the first two books in the series, which might have put me at a little bit of a disadvantage, but I felt like this story did fairly well as a stand alone since it focuses mainly on Elisabeth and Tyler.
Elizabeth is quiet about her past, the one that she left behind when she moved to Florida for college. When she runs into Tyler, their past relationship comes rushing back. Will they be able to forgive themselves and each other for the mistakes of the past to move forward? This is a wonderful story that deals with some heavy issues, but in the best possible way. I thought that the author did a wonderful job of writing a story of forgiveness.
I received this book from Just Read. This is my honest review.