I have thoroughly enjoyed the books in the Cherry Lake series all written about the lives of four sisters in a small town. This book, the last of the series, is all about Mari and the problems she has to face-problems that started ten years prior and are still existing to plague her.
Mari left Cherry Lake not knowing she was pregnant with Ethan’s baby. She connected with his brother, Rake, on the outskirts of town and Rake took her under his wing. Neither Rake nor Mari had contact with his left behind family because of the stress and strain imposed by them. Mari had returned to Cherry Lake after Rake died and has a bundle of messy things she has to do for him, including coming clean with Ethan about his son. She can only hope for the best outcome for both her son and for herself.