While attending her brother’s wedding, freelance photographer Janet Montgomery finds herself once again fruitlessly vying for her father’s love.
Driving back to her hotel after an awkward goodbye, she meets the architect Neil Porter, and a chain of events draws them together.
Soon, Janet is wondering if the twenty-three years between them is too much... and if she can avoid making the same mistakes her parents made?
"A tale of love and loss, and the tough choices we make along the way." - Kari Lee Townsend, Bestselling Author
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A blast of frigid air ripped through the parking lot whipping Janet’s long, dark hair. She gripped the front of her coat, pulled it tight around her, and ran for the entry door of the banquet hall. Shaking her head to sluff the snow out of her hair, she opened the door and stepped inside to the warmth of the lobby. There, she removed her gloves, shoved them in her pockets, and made her way through the lounge to the reception hall.
She was an hour late and most of the one hundred or so guests for her brother’s wedding were already there. Her gaze swept over the sea of white linen-covered tables and searched for her father. When she saw him, she took a deep breath and headed in his direction.
“Where’ve you been?” he said, getting up to greet her. He pulled her into a practiced hug as if they saw each other every day. But the fact was, he hadn’t seen her in over six months.