Four years after Oakley left for Australia, the trial is ready to begin. After coming to the decision that she needs to face her abusers to finally be able to move on, Oakley and her family return to England to give evidence in person.
Oakley’s love for Cole never faded, but after four years apart how will Cole react to her being back? Can they put the past behind them in order to get their happy ending?
Don’t cry. Yeah, not happening!
If I thought the first book was emotional it had nothing on this one.
Now aged 21, Oakley is older and wiser and still desperately in love with Cole. Cole has had 4 years to get over Oakley leaving him, now she is back and he doesn’t know whether to be angry, or sad, or to kiss her and wrap her in his arms so she can never leave again.
A beautifully written story, touching on the pain caused by child abuse. Slightly more graphic detail in this part than the first as the details come out in the trial, but it is necessary to bring the story to conclusion.
Really enjoyed this series and will be reading more by this author.
Book three in the series focuses on Oakley’s brother, Jasper.