Six years ago, Chase Timberlake bought an engagement ring for his high school sweetheart Lori Reese. Then...life happened. Chase’s adventure photography career took off, Lori’s dream of getting into veterinary school came true, and their happily ever after never came to pass.
When Chase’s jet-setting life takes a tragic turn, he returns to Eternity Springs a damaged man. Who better to help mend his spirit than the woman who has dedicated her life to healing broken wings? Long summer days spent together rekindles the love that never died and Chase dares to dream of a future he’d thought lost.But Lori can’t help but wonder whether this high-flying man really wants a small-town girl with roots sunk deep into the Colorado Rockies. Can she and Chase turn back the hands of time and pick up where they left off—and give forever a chance?
I started the Eternity Springs series by March when it was released and while I enjoyed the series I ended up taking a break and missing some books in between but I also manage to come back to it.
This series if you haven't read it is mostly about second chances at love and healing. Each and every character has a different path they take or something they need to heal from. This story was no different.
Chase and Lori dated but while in college they were both sent on different paths of life. Lori has just finished school to become a veterinarian and is starting her own clinic when Chase returns to town with his fiancé. While she always hoped they would end up back together she now knows she has to move on but it's not as easy as she would like it to be.
Chase who is a world class photographer has been to so many places and seen so many things. His fiancé and there tv show are sent to a country that isn't completely safe for them. Chase goes missing and things happen. After being rescued he returns to Eternity Springs but he doesn't want to talk about what happened over there and pushes all who love him away. Finally Lori takes it upon herself to try to save the man she never stopped loving and hopes she isn't too late.
For me the story started out a little slow but it did contain a lot of details. It jumps from past to present throughout the book which I liked because we get to see what there were like as a couple, while apart and reconnecting. Reunion Pass kept me wondering and waiting to see when and how these two would finally get back together.
While I did enjoy this story I just didn't fall totally in love with it. Some parts I felt when I was reading were just fillers and didn't really need to be mentioned. I did love that this story was emotional but I like how March added some humor to break up some of those moments.
After I finished this story I realized how much I missed from not reading previous books and I hope one day I can get caught up. The good thing about this series is that while all the characters are enter twined together each book could be read as standalone. If you love second chance stories this one should definitely be added to your tbr pile.