After the sudden death of his wife two years ago, Darren Griffin has finally found peace. He has a good life, excellent task, two daughters he ‘d do anything for, and a lovely house on the beach.
Greer Monroe is grieving the loss of her dad. It’s the final rung on the damaged ladder that’s become her life– bad job, no good friends, and a cheating ex-boyfriend. At the insistence of her aunt, Greer decides to spend a long time at her household’s beach house.
When the glee-filled noise of children’s laughter dances through the breeze, Greer discovers herself smiling again. The neighbor women are carefree, portraying a life Greer has just dreamed about. Other half, children, happiness– a household. And their dad, Darren, he’s everything a female might ever desire.
However it is, obviously, just a dream.
She cannot stay at Carolina Beach, no matter how much she adores Darren and his children. She has responsibilities at home, a mother who requires her. Where there’s love, there’s heartbreak, and she can’t go through that again. And she sure as hell won’t do that to those little girls.
But Darren isn’t letting her go that quickly. It’s been so long given that he’s felt in this manner for anybody. Greer is his missing out on piece, a piece he never ever thought he ‘d discover.
Biding farewell is hard, however sometimes starting over is even harder.
Only when they attempt to dream once again, will they ever dare to love.
** Mature Content Warning ** Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual material.