by Corinne Scott
What made Lilly Mae flee Wildfire, Georgia, for Boston at the age of 18 to marry a man she hardly knew? Now a 30-year-old widow, Lilly is back and intent on running Lover’s Oak, her family’s cotton plantation, which her daddy willed to her 11-year-old half-sister. Why did Lilly never come home to visit, even to attend her daddy’s funeral? The town’s sheriff, her former fiancé, wants answers.