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During her school years, Leah’s father was demanding and never happy no matter how hard she tried. The result is that now Leah is both driven to be perfect but always doubting herself.
Fearing rejection, Leah ran from Jack many years earlier. Now she is back in Lucky Harbor and while trying to cheer up Jack’s mother who despairs that Jack won’t ever settle down, she blurts out that she and Jack are dating.
Now they are in a pretend relationship...only Leah’s feelings are real. She just needs to convince Jack to give her another chance.
Always on My Mind is pretty good contemporary romance. I don’t think it’s one of the better books in the series but it was entertaining enough. Worth the effort but I’m much more excited about Lucky Harbor #9 Once in a Lifetime.