Summer makes so many sacrifice in "Come Home to Me" that it makes me angry and a little emotional. She’s such a good mother and the sacrifices she makes so that David can have a good life nad get to know his father, but it works.
Hunter is learning to be a better father than his own but it does not excuse the things he’s don in the past. His relationship with Summer is just a means so that he can spend time with his son. I found him to be a truly frustrating person. Then you have Rhett whose going through things of his own. After a horrible accident that changed his life he went home to kind of hide away. I felt so bad for him.
As each of theses characters grow and get to know each other again, things get crazy. Secrets come to light, past pain surfaces, memories get destroyed and old anger hits the surface. "Come Home to Me" is a good read that will bring you on the edge of your seat.
Healing the wounds of the past doesn’t come easy in this novel of friendship and forgiveness from award-winning author Liz Talley.
Summer Valentine has returned to Moonlight, South Carolina, a very different woman from the naive wallflower who left years before. These days she’s straightforward and savvy, determined to do right by her son, David—even if that means cashing in her struggling music career in Nashville and returning to the town that drove her away. Sure, she took a fall. But at least she now knows where she stands…
Despite her anger over the past, Summer believes David deserves a relationship with his father, Hunter “Hunt” McCroy. Though Hunt’s illustrious career has faded, privilege still protects him from his worst mistakes.
Someone else is back in Moonlight too: Rhett Bryan, the golden boy of Hollywood, who’s taking stock of his own life after a tragic accident. As his rekindled friendship with Summer quickly deepens, she must reconcile the painful history that ties her to both men—one she’s finally forgiven, one she’s afraid to love—to claim healing and happiness.