This is the second book in the Harts in Love series. The three Hart sisters were estranged for many years and have come back to Cleveland for their aunt's funeral. In the first book, Always in My Heart, the sisters patched up their differences and are getting along better.
Natalie, the youngest, has just left a high-profile marriage to a basketball player who cheated on her. Staying in Cleveland for awhile will help her decide what to do next and she keeps busy by fundraising for a children's charity. When it looks like she will be working with local football star, Michael Jones, Natalie is skeptical. The last thing she wants to do is spend any time with a professional athlete. Adding more stress to her life is the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of the mother that left Natalie and her sisters in their aunt's care.
I'm really enjoying this series, especially the different ways that the sisters handle learning more about their missing mother. Natalie, being the youngest, of course doesn't harbor the same animosity as her older sisters over being abandoned and is more dedicated to finding the truth. Each book reveals a little more about the mystery of their missing mother and I can't wait to see how it turns out.