Quint McCoy is back in his hometown, after spending a month fishing in Alaska. Following his father's death Quint went into a bit of a spiral and now his business is gone and his wife is in the process of finalizing the divorce he asked for some three months ago.
Callee McCoy is in town for one reason only, to finalize her divorce and pack up her things. After putting off the final step for some time in the hopes that Quint would come to terms with his grief and take back some of the hurtful things he's done, she's come to accept the only thing left to do is pack up and say goodbye.
Callee and Quint see each other again when Callee goes to say goodbye to Quint's mom, Molly, who just opened a pie store. When circumstances beyond their control bring them together again, Quint realized what a jerk he's been and that he wants a second chance to make things right in his marriage with the woman he loves. They have their ups and downs as they figure out what went wrong the first time and how to make it right.
The story is sweet and endearing, the characters are entertaining, so you'll have fun with this one. At the end of the book there is even a pie recipe for the featured pie in the book, not sure how good it is, because, well lets face it me and the kitchen are mortal enemies
Rating 4 out of 5