Kate Vaughn runs a boutique in South Carolina. She’s been dating Rowan for four years, and their parents are meeting. But she isn’t sure if she really loves him or not. Meanwhile, Luna, who Kate gave up for adoption thirteen years ago, finds her on Facebook. Kate reconnects with her high school sweetheart and father of Luna, Jack. Through interesting coincidences, she finds her whole life turned around.
Arguably my favorite thing about this book is its organization. Instead of telling the story straight through, Callahan Henry jumps from place to place, year to year. She gives you a snippet of young Katie, present-day Kate, and present-day Luna. This really gives balance and structure to the story. The book kind of ended all at once; all the conflicts were resolved within the last pages. However, the story is one readers will enjoy.