Success can hide a multitude of secrets, but when Hollywood's "wunderkind" producer/director Shane Reynard agrees to set Cooper Lindstrom's new TV sitcom in the Black Hills he knows he’s risking more than a boatload of money. Sentinel Pass is where Jenna Murphy lives. Jenna--the girl who left an indelible impression on his heart in college and became the catalyst that changed his life. Jenna may question the motivation behind the chance-of-a-lifetime job Shane's offering, but she doesn't know her dream job is based on guilt.
The closer they get, the more Shane's got to lose when the truth comes out. What he didn't count on was making Jenna Murphy--his missed chance and biggest regret--a target for the brother he hates. His twin. The man who raped Jenna in college and got away with it.
Jenna Murphy doesn't trust men easily. With valid reason. But Shane Reynard is different. The writer in her sees a tortured soul searching for redemption. His job offer is tempting because co-writing a Sentinel Passtime script would let her shine a flattering light on her beloved home town. She doesn't learn the reason behind Shane's generosity until it's too late to keep from falling in love with him. Too bad neither love nor Shane's wealth can protect her from the past.