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Savannah moves back to her Kentucky hometown after tragically losing her husband and toddler daughter in a car accident. Some time later, she finally agrees to go out with the girls, and runs into an old high school classmate, Bryant, who always teasingly called her Seven.
Little did Savannah know that Bryant had a crush on her all those years ago. And despite knowing what she's lost, he's determined to not let the one that got away get away, again. But he is hiding a secret that could tear them apart, and devastate Seven all over again.
I thought this story was so well-written. It flowed nicely, I loved the characters and seeing their relationship develop. My only complaint is that the ending felt somewhat abrupt. Bryant may have been a sap, but sometimes I want my book hero to be the romantic one! He really goes all out to prove to Savannah that she should give him a chance... But will she allow herself to move on with her life?
There's a lot of song lyrics in this book, I don't typically see that because most authors who self-publish don't want to pay for the use of song lyrics that aren't in 'public domain'. (Well known authors who are published by a company do use some song lyrics, but even then, not as many as I saw in this book.) So, if the author reads this review, and no one on her team of beta readers, or editors, thought to tell her about copy right laws when publishing books and she didn't actually seek out the slew of song writers and bands she quoted to get permission and pay for the material she used, I would strongly suggest you pull this before it backfires and look into copy right laws. Maybe she crossed all her T's and dotted all her I's, but incase she didn't, there's a helpful suggestion. (Yes, they can sue)