There is something to be said for letting go. Ryland Roberts knows that better than anyone. Hed let go of his ambitions, of his family and—most of all—of her. Hed perfected the art of putting his past behind him and accepted the fact that the town he wanted to leave in his rearview was the place where he was going to live out his days. But sometimes the past doesnt just go away. Sometimes it comes back to haunt you.
Piper Jameson convinced herself that she left for all the right reasons. Shed saved people by leaving—made sure that they werent tainted by her rebellious ways. When her little sister asks her to come home and say goodbye to their ailing mother, shes forced to see that things arent always as they seem. The people who shed left behind might not have been saved at all.
In the amount of time it takes a bullet to travel from point A to point B, Piper and Ryland will have to put their feelings for each other aside and make a choice. Forced on the run with Pipers sister, they begin to understand that the future they thought was gone was never really lost.