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Life seems hell-bent on crushing Eva Chapman, starting with the tragic loss of her brother, for which she is solely to blame, to the unfortunate turn of events that landed her where she is now: on her knees, hiding behind the counter at a hole-in-the-wall bookstore in a small town in the middle of nowhere, hiding from the local police. This was not the life she’d imagined for herself. And no amount of imagination or self-destructive behavior can ease this pain. Running is all she has now.
Fresh out of grad school, a psych degree in hand, Rafe is manning the local coffee shop/bookstore in his hometown of Pride. He has never felt more adrift and confused. The truth is, he’d never really thought this far ahead, and until his sister returns from her post-second-divorce-meltdown vacation, this will have to do. But can he survive the boredom? He does enjoy the relaxing tourist vibe and the routine influx of interesting local eccentrics every day, but it is the gorgeous hot mess that just dove over his counter that really caught his attention!