Sabine is new to town, a therapist who is helping so many of Ministry’s residents work through their lives and problems. But, Sabine has some problems of her own that she is trying to leave behind, and the small town of Ministry has become her haven.
Ben is charming, friendly and all of the single women in town love him, maybe a little too much. He meets Sabine and while he is interested in her, she doesn’t want anything to do with him. Once Ben and Sabine spend a little time together and their pasts start to come out, they start to realize that maybe their first impressions weren’t accurate after all.
This was a nice story, with a good plot. The writing just seemed a little awkward and the conversations stilted, which took away from my overall enjoyment and engagement in the story. I was provided a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.