She just wanted to
escape, he just wanted to forget.
As quickly as Shaw Chamberline tossed her graduation cap into the air she had left town. It didn’t matter that she left her family, friends, and broke her boyfriend’s heart. She just needed to escape the Florida Keys. A successful writer, she has left her past behind her. That is until her best friend decides to get married.
Quade Hawthore never thought he would get over the devastation of Shaw all but disappearing from his life. Throwing himself into his career, he gave his all to the Marine Command, finally putting Shaw and his heartbreak out of his mind after ten years. Without warning, the old couple is thrust together during their friends wedding at Crimson Moon Hideaway but Shaw isn’t alone.
Sparks fly in this sizzling romantic romp as the past comes crashing in, reminding everyone that sometimes distance really does make the heart grow fonder.
I really enjoyed this second chance romance. Quade and Shaw were young and in love but wanted different things and they parted. Ten years later they meet again at a mutual friend’s wedding. Shaw regrets the way they parted and the way she has handled the distance she has put between friends, family and herself. This wedding is a way to reunite and forgive. I really liked Shaw and her family. This story proves love really is lovelier the second time around.