Savannah left her home town to start a better life for her and her son. She wanted to get away from her ex-husband and his family. She felt by moving back to where she spent her summers it would be better for her son to grow up. She just never thought that she would find a home where she wanted to stay. She also did not think she would fall in love again
Dash grew up in a small town. He lost his baseball career and became an alcoholic. He is now recovering from both and decided that going back home would be the best thing for him. He helps out with the town’s high school teams and he helps mentor young boys in other sports as well. He never realized that he would fall in love. He never thought that person would be someone he knew all his life.
During the first half of the book both savannah and Dash fell back into the same routine that they had when they were children. They clashed and made fun of each other. Savannah had the added burden of making sure her son fit in. Dash tried to get to know her son so that he had someone to look up to instead of a dead beat dad. Savannah had a problem with it in the beginning; she thought that Dash was stepping on her toes as a parent.
Throughout the rest of the book Savannah and Dash met on common ground. They were going to restore an old theatre that was in the middle of town. Savannah also started to get happy that her son started to warm up to the kids in his school and to Dash. She found that it was a big help to her because she was starting to see her son happy.
By the end of the book, after a lot of surprises, Dash and Savannah finally realized that they loved each other. It took them almost the whole book to realize what was right in front of them.
Overall I liked this book. The author did a wonderful job writing and describing everything. The only thing that I did not like about it was that to me it was a little drawn out. I also did not like the ending of the book. It could have ended differently. But it was a great book and I would recommend it to others.
After a painful divorce, Savannah White wants nothing more than to find her happy place. So when she gets the chance to pack up her life -and her son - and move to the idyllic town where she spent childhood summers, she jumps at the opportunity. Last Chance is just as charming as she remembered. She's even invited to join the local book club, where talk soon turns to Savannah's plan to bring the ramshackle downtown movie theater back to life. A new challenge is just what Savannah needs to move forward.. . .
Dash Randall wants to put his fortune to good use, but he remembers Savannah as the bratty "princess" who descended upon him each June, causing no end of trouble. But the teenager he remembered has grown into a gorgeous and generous woman, and it isn't long before Dash finds himself wanting to make brand new memories with Savannah. But first, Dash and Savannah will need to make peace with their pasts to find a new chance for love.