Falling in love isn't on her to-do list.
Managing a two hundred acre campground and leading whitewater
adventures are enough to fill Hailey White's lonely days.
But acts of vandalism threaten Hailey's livelihood and home,
forcing her to look for help outside Firefly Camping and
Whitewater Adventures. Her best friend's brother is the
last person she expects to help her solve the problem.
One bullet and all his nightmares are gone.
Angry voices in his head, survivor's guilt, and a busted leg
are enough to make Walker Carriker wish he were dead.
Surviving a roadside bomb ends Walker's career as a Marine,
forcing his move to a backwoods town in the North Carolina mountains.
His sister's best friend is the last person he
expects to help him find a reason to live.
She's bubbly and optimistic. He's angry and bitter.
These two are oil and vinegar, but the more time
they spend together, the more healing they achieve.
When he's lost all faith, can Hailey show Walker the
Hope on the Horizon?