I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Without reservation, I can safely say that it was amazing! The story of the Monroe family continues here, with the return of Jake’s high school girlfriend, Katherine. He grudgingly agrees to go to Mexico together with Katherine to try to save her brother who has found himself in the midst of a fatal conspiracy at his workplace. Yes, the same unresolved situation at MDT that Jake’s sister Alicia and her fiance Michael dealt with in the previous book. Jake and Katherine are forced to take another look at the past and suddenly, the years of separation and maturity give them new perspectives. Jake unearths new information about his father, but is it enough to bring his family closure? This is a beautiful and heartfelt story about homecoming, self-discovery and forgiveness. In spite of differing dynamics, the role of the family is underscored, both in the cases of Jake and Katherine. This book did not disappoint and I can’t wait for Danielle’s story.