What would you do if you had a chance to reconnect to that person that you never got over, that you never had closure with? When Sarina a successful architect crosses paths with Eamon her one that got away, a professional swimmer who is moving back to Texas and hires her to renovate his new home. Her steady guy Noah is out of the country on a work project and Sarina is having a bit of trouble keeping a line in the sand and staying on the right side of it. Noah makes it clear he needs to move forward, but the closer they get to an engagement the more unsure of things Sarina becomes until she must choose between a second chance with Eamon and the future Noah has offered her. I felt for Sarina she is pretty, hip and successful so why should she not have what she wants, but I can also understand not being sure of what that might be, and also not wanting to have to give up one thing to get another. I got the impression that Noah did truly care about her, but I didn’t think they had the same kind of connection that Sarina has with Eamon. A touching and heartfelt novel that keeps you thinking as the pages turn and left me happy for Sarina when I turned the last page.