Synopsis: How can they have a future when their past is based on a lie?
The perfect preacher’s daughter, Verity Fairchild, has something that only she and God know about and she wants to keep it that way. Her mistake was easy to keep secret when she was out of town, but now that she's come back to Hope Parish for the summer, she comes face-to-face with the guy responsible for it all. Boone Outlaw nearly ruined everything for her and despite the fact that he's now working at her father's church, she's determined to stay as far away from him as possible.
Boone Outlaw doesn't understand Verity's anger towards him. He barely knows her. In high school she was Holy Mary Verity and she was off limits - except in his dreams where Verity seems way too real. Most of the time he was wasted in high school, not the type of boy Verity would ever look at twice, but he can’t shake the feeling that something might have happened between them. He’s going to break his own rules to get the answers he needs straight from Verity.
What will Verity do when she finds something in Boone that she never knew existed and her perfect mistake is the only thing that could stand between them and their happiness? Will she sacrifice Boone to keep her secret?
Warning: This book is for mature audiences only!
New Adult Contemporary Romance.
Review: (I received this novel from the author for an honest review.)
Oh, those Outlaw boys. I love each one, it would be unfair to pick which one I love most, but Boone's story left me feeling weak in the knees. Boone truly surprised me. I loved this novel just as much, as if more than I loved A Perfect Mess.
Like his bothers, Boone has always only loved one girl, even if it had to be from a distance. Verity is the daughter of the towns preacher and by association is completely off limits, especially to Boone. Verity has always noticed Boone, but never had the nerve to approach him, until one night at a graduation party. That one evening will change Verity and Boone's life forever, if only Boone hadn't been too drunk to remember.
When the past is too strong to ignore ans the future will e determined by how they overcome the obstacles Verity and Boone must decide the best way to move forward. Are the odds are great? Are their lives too different? Could one mistake become something beautiful?