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By Trinidad West


When Dennie returns to her home town to regroup after her divorce, and she meets up with the boy she used to baby-sit, who has been carrying a torch for her since they last met 14 years ago. James is all grown up now and he seems determined to not let Dennie get away a second time. Dennie feels an instant attraction to James, but if anything is going to happen between them, she has to stop thinking of him as a little boy--and she has to stop analyzing everything and just let things happen. This isn't easy for a woman who feels a pressing need to be planning her future, but James' persistence helps her do both those things, and in the end, it looks like she'll have a summer that lives up to the promise of the carefree summers of her youth.