Twenty years ago the town bad boy, Cam Murphy, left Eternity Springs in handcuffs, riding in the back of a sheriff s van . Read more...
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Twenty years ago the town bad boy, Cam Murphy, left Eternity Springs in handcuffs, riding in the back of a sheriff s van . . . and breaking young Sarah Reese s heart. The defiant teenager vowed never to return.
In Australia, Cam makes a new beginning. He builds a successful business and suffers few regrets until Sarah and their daughter walk into his life, and then immediately run away. Realizing it s time to right yesterday s wrongs, he follows Sarah home to Colorado and turns her world upside down.
Cam wants to know his daughter. He needs to prove to Sarah, the town, and himself that he s changed. Will the residents of Eternity Springs offer forgiveness and will Sarah have the courage to trust this man who is asking for a second chance?"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-11-28
- Reviewer: Staff
In the wholesome and sweet fourth Eternity Springs contemporary (after Heartache Falls), Sarah Reese is reunited with Cam Murphy, her high school sweetheart and father of her daughter, Lori. Twenty years after he abandoned pregnant teen Sarah, Cam has taken leave of his home in Australia in an effort to reconnect and make things right with his first love and their college-bound daughter. Naturally, Lori decides she wants nothing to do with her birth father, and Sarah’s mother may have Alzheimer’s disease, but she still remembers “that Murphy boy is no good.” Still, Sarah and Cam have chemistry and care for one another, and buoyed by the encouragement of their friends, they cautiously move forward. But when a family disaster threatens, their tenuous relationship is put to the test. Despite an abundance of cheesy dialogue, March’s latest is compelling and satisfying. Agent: Jane Rotrosen Literary Agency. (Jan.)