After getting to know Rainey in the last book, was was happy to see her get her own book! Rainy has had a rough go of it. She spent time in jail for a crime she didn't commit because she was protecting a friend who was pregnant. Then she breaks parole. When a dirty cop threatens her, she has to leave her twin daughters with her mother and sister and go away.
Now she's back.
Some are happy.
Some are not.
Then there's Luke Campbell. We also met him in the previous book. Luke is widowed and raising his son. It's rough.
When the two are called in to the school to address problems they are having with the children, the parents come up with a plan: let the kids spend time together and see if it helps them. They soon have to make a set of rules to keep things strictly about the kids - only the rules don't work out so well.
The author did a great job putting this story together. Luke and Rainey seemed to fit so well together. There was some drama which involved some of the less favorable people of the town, but it was still good. People kept calling Rainy an ex-convict and I kept wishing someone would shout "She was found innocent!" I'm not sure why it never happened...
But the author handled the whole situation well. I was very pleased. The romance was very sweet to.