Annie Pope loves Finn Burton, and he loves her too—as a friend. Even after they both begin college, they return every year to their families’ neighboring cottages, work summers at the local food market, and spend all their spare time together.
But when Finn graduates and takes off backpacking through Europe with his college girlfriend—a girlfriend he’s never mentioned to Annie—she’s forced to face facts. She is merely the sister he never had, and he’s the boyfriend she’ll never have.
THAT TIME CAN’T ERASE
Two decades later, life hasn’t turned out as Annie had hoped, but she’s come to terms with it. In fact, she’s content with her life—that is, until her daughter and Finn’s son show up and announce they’re getting married, bringing Finn Burton back into her life.
BUT CAN LOVE?
Now they’re both trying to be the good friends they’d once been. But does friendship feel like this?
A sweet, small-town romance about the power of friendship and the serendipitous nature of love.