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Elise Abernathy made a rash decision four years ago when she moved to college: she married another man. She left behind Brandon Justice but took his guitar. Four years later, she moves back to Bourbonville, Kentucky. Even though she now has her degree, she’s divorced and has no real idea of where to go next. After her sister gets into a fight in a bar her first night home, Elise quickly realizes she won’t be able to ignore her past, and that includes Brandon. Her friend, Mae, gives her no choice and convinces her to move into one of the rooms above The Mae Flower, where both Elise and Mae talk Mae’s dad into giving her a job as a bartender.

Brandon has a pretty good life: a long-distance “girlfriend”, his sister Gwen and niece Amy safely tucked on the couch in his living room, and a career he built with help from Frank Abernathy after his own father disowned him. But he’s always felt like something was missing--and didn’t realize what that was until he has a few arguments with Elise. It isn’t until tragedy strikes with Gwen and Brandon faces raising Amy alone that he and Elise start to reconcile their past. Oh, and suddenly he’s a mill owner, and he has no idea what to do with that, thanks to his Dad.

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Not every ending is happy.

Gwen Justice was the eldest sister. The mother. The sinner. The one with an asshole boyfriend she thought she would never escape.

She loved Charlie Estes once. Could have been happy. But then life got in the way, even though he wasn't deployed in the Army anymore.

When Charlie showed up on her doorstep, claiming he loved her, Gwen gets thrown into the past, causing her to reflect on her life before she made the decision that led her to rock bottom.

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After one too many bad decisions, The Mae Flower has fallen entirely in Mae’s lap. It’s to teach her a lesson, according to her father. And worse? She has to manage it without a cook, bartenders, AND a crappy menu. 

Dan is trapped in Kentucky with a broken car after trying to help his sister at his grandmother’s request. It’s by chance that he finds a flustered Mae Davenport of the need of a cook after she helps him find a mechanic for his car. 

They’re attracted to each other, and the sex is great, but… Mae doesn’t want to be tied down, and Dan has no plans to stay in Kentucky.

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Forced to take leave from work in Peru, Sophie accepts a temporary position at Bergin Archaeology back in the United States, a favor from her old professor. She soon realizes she has neglected too many people since she pursued her career as an archaeologist, and it's nice to catch up with old friends the Bluegrass State.

The longer she stays home, the less she misses her broken pottery and dusty bones.

But one thing for sure?

Deciding to stay Kentucky has nothing to do with Neal Justice.

NOTHING.

Neal Justice has come a long way from the awkward med student who rarely went out... In fact, he's given up his life-long dream of being a doctor, at all.

He's good with working at the mill and helping his brother plan his wedding. Maybe watching his niece and nephew occasionally. Fewer people die when he doesn't practice medicine.

The last thing he expects is for Sophie Riddle to blow into his life with an accusing finger, a territorial attachment to spaghetti, and a reluctance to dance with him.

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