This is a book I simply loved. There is turmoil, regret, denial, hope, and hard won wisdom contained in the story of Rhett, Hunt and Summer. At times I wanted to cry at the unfairness and the ache it caused. There is such beauty in the writing that blends the past and the present into a heartfelt, believable, interwoven story.
It might appear that romance drives the story but the binding force is actually two mistakes that need to be rectified. One is the consequence of dire proportions, the other of long term ramifications. It is the struggles of Rhett and Hart and their profound influence by Summer that makes Come Home to Me the great read that it is.