What do you do when your grandmother’s dying wish is for you to come home and restore her old farmhouse?
You come home.
Vivienne Westbrook left Bellemere after graduation, heartbroken, alone, determined to make a new life for herself in New York.
She also vowed never to return. But the sudden death of her beloved Lulu has her back in the small Louisiana town, face to face with the reason she left in the first place.
Oliver Bishop is not the same seventeen-year-old that broke Vivi’s heart. His years with the SEALs wiped away any traces of that boy. He’s hardened. Scarred. Changed. He wants her back, even though it has disaster written all over it.
Bellemere has changed, too. The once sleepy, boring town is now in the spotlight, a depraved man’s playground. Women are being murdered, throwing the town into a tailspin.
Oliver and Vivienne are wrong for each other, but with the small town in crisis, it couldn’t feel more right.