Can a woman give herself completely when she’s left a piece of herself behind?
Fifteen years ago, Jillian McIntyre was ripped from her home in Oklahoma after a brutal crime was committed there. A witness to the event, she cannot remember the details. Years later, her sister dies and Jillian is called upon to locate her niece’s father, neither of whom know the other exists. A prime-time TV investigative journalist by trade, Jillian conceals her identity and returns to her hometown to complete the task. Confronted with unreconciled feelings for the girl she left behind, Jillian begins to fall in love with the woman she’s now become. Only one problem, Jillian’s career, her passion, resides in New York.
Amelia Mathews is a family attorney who doesn’t have time for romance. She’s devoted her life to advocating for children who have been abused and mistreated. After growing up in a volatile household, Amelia and her brother dedicate their lives to making the world a safer place for kids who have no one else to speak for them. When a woman and her niece come to town in need of assistance, Amelia can’t seem to detach this time. As her attachment to them grows, Amelia’s world becomes more complicated than she ever imagined.