In small town Dahlonega, Georgia, Annie Carver, a sophomore at Dahlonega University, is finally putting the shattered pieces of her life back together, four years after her mother's death. A shy girl, who never allowed herself to get serious about anyone, suddenly finds herself captivated by the mysterious guy, Dan Wilson, who walked into her Sociology class on that rainy, spring morning. His good looks and unapproachable demeanor piques her curiosity and she soon finds herself thinking about him relentlessly. A sudden twist of fate forces them to work together on an assignment that brings them closer than they ever imagined. Their mutual attraction develops into a love that leaves Annie feeling nervous and overwhelmed. Dan is determined to win her over, but his hidden secret pushes her farther away. Can he trust her enough to open his heart or will he sacrifice their love and the assignment? Tracey Sutton is a passionate writer, who fell in love with the craft at an early age. Several of her inspiring articles have been featured in "The 400 Edition" newspaper. She served as a member of the "Literacy Volunteers of America" and remained a devoted volunteer for several years. She described this as one of the most fulfilling experiences of her life. Tracey's love and enthusiasm for writing persuaded her to take a step of faith and write her first novel. She wanted to incorporate her love for young adults and the elderly into a heart-warming story that would captivate people. Tracey lives in North Georgia with her husband of twenty years and their two miniature dachshunds. She is a Senior Credit Analyst for a Fortune 500 company, where she has worked for eighteen years. She enjoys writing, traveling, and playing the guitar.