It’s been eleven years since Michael left town to pursue his dreams in Hollywood, leaving the love of his life, Olivia, behind. Now he’s come back to film a movie and has to face Olivia again. Olivia’s been nursing her broken heart for the eleven years Michael’s been gone, but can she love someone who hurt her so badly before?
I have enjoyed each of the Laurel Heights books that I’ve read and this one is no exception. There is just so much inner turmoil and angst with Michael and Olivia. I just wanted to lock them in a room together until they got everything sorted out…oh wait, that happened (only it was a shed instead of a room) and they still managed to not get anything sorted out. Had this one been a little less angsty (I think that’s a word), I would have enjoyed it more. I did find the secondary romance between Olivia’s father and his assistant sweet and tender.
If you like low conflict romances along the lines of Jill Shalvis’s Lucky Harbor series, this is a series I would highly recommend.