This is the last book in the series and is about two familiar characters. Kate discovered in the last book that she was the daughter of the McKinnons, kidnapped almost two decades ago and she finds it difficult to adjust to this recovery. Her family doesn't feel like her's and she finds herself confused about her identity and angry with the woman who stole her and made her live a crappy life, plus there are also the Spencers, her foster parents who were parents to her. So, she is confused.
Then, there is the hero Hunter, who spent three years on death row, deserted by his fellow cops and exonerated because his sister never gave up. He feels angry, bitter and adrift. The woman he was dating cheated on him and what hurt more than her death was the discovery that the baby she was carrying was not his. Both of these hurting people team up to help Kate find out the truth about her kidnapping.
Kate has always had a crush on Hunter but then he started dating his hateful, dead ex. Hunter also is attracted to her, but he has nothing to offer, he is filled with anger. Both of them embark on a road trip where they grow closer and discover love and forgiveness.
A good end to the series.