Samantha Stone thought she had it all. High powered job, nice apartment, and everything else she thought she needed in the city that never sleeps. When her aunt unexpectedly passes away and wills her the family diner, Sam moves back to the one horse town she grew up in—and a world as foreign as if she moved to another planet.
Ian Woods is trying to reassemble his life that was shattered ten years ago. He’s paid his debt to society but the people of Cold Springs are as unforgiving as they are set in their ways. He can’t believe Sam Stone is back in town, and the only person who will give him a second chance.
Who knew that a rundown diner in the middle of nowhere would bring them together? Can this new life save them both before the town tears them apart?
Abby Cooper would give an anything to escape her past. Buying a building sight unseen is a crazy idea but so is opening a bookstore in a one-horse town in the middle of nowhere. Little did she know there would be a funeral home right across the street. How can she move on when death is constantly staring her in the face?
Ethan Carver has little time for anything but work. Death is a demanding business, and he has no time for relationships. When the newest member of Cold Springs opens a bookstore across the street from him, all focus dies. Can he learn to slow down and enjoy life for a change?