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What do you do when life as you know it ends?

Eden Ross is trying to figure that out. 

She starts by packing up the remains of her life and moving to a small town in Colorado to run a bar alongside her best friend. But the work still doesn't provide a sufficient distraction from the demons nipping at her heels. Estranged from the family she loves, she tries to focus on her new, tight-knit group of surprisingly accepting neighbors. That includes Chase Taylor, a charismatic outdoorsman who she fails to keep at a distance despite her best intentions. But letting anyone get too close carries the possibility of them finding out her ugly truth, and that's a risk Eden's not willing to take. 

When a revelation from an unexpected source rocks her to her core, she's forced to make a decision that will change the course of her life. Faced with this impossible choice between her family and her well-being, she knows she needs help, and the only way to get it is to tell the truth about what has happened, so she can finally leave the past behind once and for all.


In her debut novel, Hannah Bird deftly explores what it truly means to be a family and whether those ties that bind us all can- or should- ever be broken. Follow Eden on her journey to discover the goodness of life and love after tragedy, and the importance of those that support us along the way. 

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