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Young army vet Michelle Sanderson returns to Blackberry Island Inn, the home she left long ago, to claim her inheritance and recover from war. But she finds Carly Williams, her former best friend, running the inn and the business on the verge of financial collapse. To save the inn, the two women must put aside their feelings and work together, but can they heal their past, too?
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