Oil and Water. That would describe Leigh Ann Baker and Dr. Wes Jepson. Well that would describe them in the first half of the book. But these two turned into Gas and Flame by the end of the book.
She is filled with self doubts of her worth outside of the world of pageantry where she won the title of Miss Texas. In the real world there was very little she could do, including making her sister or her mother happy.
Wes is filled with distrust and fear of commitment, again. What these two do together to finally face the truth of their love and the truth of who they were, was at times funny, heartbreaking, frustrating and endearing. Wes's son adds just the quiet touch that is needed. Another page turner by Becky McGraw. Loved it.