Release Date: June 27, 2017
Katrina Bailey is an English teacher living in Columbia. She wants to adopt a local child but lacks the money for all the paperwork. Kat travels to Haven Point, Idaho for her sister’s wedding. She grew up in this town and plans to stay with her family for a few weeks.
While in Idaho, Kat sees a six year old boy having a meltdown in a grocery store. She distracts and soothes the child who is named Milo. His brother Bowie observes the interaction and is impressed with Kat’s skills. Bowie has been caring for Milo since his mother’s death and he is ill equipped to deal with his autism. He has a high pressured job running a software company and knows very little about children with learning disabilities. Bowie is in a bind and hires Kat to help Milo during her stay. Kat is turned off by Bowie’s arrogance but she needs the money to cover the legal fees for her pending adoption.
This is the sixth book in the Haven Point series and it can be read as a stand alone book. The story shows people with different experiences coming together after a chance encounter. I enjoyed this well written novel by RaeAnne Thayne.