Near Haven is like any other small, dying fishing village dotting the Maine
coastline—a crusty remnant of an industry long gone, a place that is mired in
sadness and longing for what was and can never be again. People move away, yet
they always seem to come back. It’s a vicious cycle of small-town America.
Liza Hawke thought that she’d gotten out, escaped across the country
on a basketball scholarship. A series of bad decisions, however, has her returning
home after nearly a decade. She struggles to accept her place in the fabric
of this small coastal town, making amends to the people she’s wronged and trying
to rebuild her life in the process.
Her return marks the beginning of a shift within the town as the residents
that she’s hurt so badly start to heal once more.