**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review**
Felicity Daniels is in a dead-end life: dead-end town, dead-end job, dead-end short term summer relationships. She wants more but doesn't know how to get it. Then she spots Mason, potential new Summer boy. Only, right from the beginning, she can tell that Mason is SO much more than a Summer boy. Mason's done the repetitive college hookups and after deciding to escape his bruised heart, he decides to work at his uncle's fishing service for the Summer for a change. As soon as he sees Felicity, there's something about her that pulls him to her. If only he can convince her trust in them.
This is the third book I've ready by this author and I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT. The more books of hers I read, the more engrossed I become. It's kind of rare for me to become very emotionally vested in books, but I was totally there with this book. I was yelling at Mason at one point and broken-hearted over Felicity and everything she goes through, even though some of it was self-imposed.
I really enjoyed this book and I'm really enjoying this author. I can't wait to read more from her.