Leigh Anne Davis came home to the small town of Fairhope, Georgia two years ago, believing her life was over. Instead, she fell madly in love, reconnected with dear friends, and built a new life for herself. Still, she can't help but feel that something is missing. She wants nothing more than to be the happy woman everyone expects her to be, but some wounds cut so deep they leave scars that never fully heal.
When Knox Warner came to Fairhope, he was running from a past he wanted desperately to forget. He never dreamed he would become so close to his cousin and uncle, build a business of his own, and fall in love with a woman who understands him in a way no one ever has before. He's ready to propose to Leigh Anne, but her family's expectations bring back feelings of self-doubt he thought he'd conquered when his father died.
Will Leigh Anne and Knox allow the pain of their past to tear them apart? Or will they finally fight for the love they deserve?
The Trouble With I Do is the final book in the bestselling Fairhope small town romance series. While most of the books in this series can stand alone, this final book is meant to be read last and as a part of the entire series. You can start with Book 1, The Trouble With Goodbye, for free.
- Original Title:The Trouble With I Do (Fairhope #5)
- Author:Sarra Cannon
- Rating:8.9 / 10
- Publisher:Published December 3rd 2016 by Dead River Books, LLC
The setting sun paints gorgeous orange and pink hues across the canvas of trees that line the lake. I stand on the dock, watching the beauty of nature and wondering how everything might have been different, if it hadn’t been for that one night that sent my life spinning off course.
It’s been over a year since the trial where I stood up against Burke Redfield and told the truth about what he’d done to me. Months since he was put behind bars. I’m supposed to be better now. Healed by the fact that someone listened and believed what I had to say.
But some wounds cut so deep they leave scars that will never completely go away.
Most days I’m fine. Happy, even. I’m able to forget what he took from me and how he changed me. And for the most part, I’m so grateful for those changes.
Not because of the pain, but because of what came into my life as a result of that pain.