The car accident totaled Sabrina Post’s convertible and reinvented her memories. She can't recall dumping Cole Dawson ten years ago. What her new clairvoyant visions tell Sabrina is he’s her husband. Any practical girl would question her sanity. But if Sabrina wants to make this imaginary future a reality, she'll have to regain Cole’s trust and eliminate her rival, the coffee shop waitress who’s pegged Cole as husband #4. To prove she’s foreseen their destiny, Sabrina stirs Cole’s interest by revealing specifics about him she couldn’t have otherwise known. Unfortunately, the one detail he vividly remembers is the pain when she left him and their "rinky-dink" town in her rearview mirror.
If Cole can't believe she's a changed woman, can Sabrina accept the only second chance she has at love exists in her memories?
Sabrina might have made some hurtful choices regarding Cole ten years before we first meet her, but at that first meeting she is bewildered, confused, and totally rootable! Her trip to her hometown to recover from her car accident leaves her with more questions than answers. Her hero, Cole, is obviously still in love and hasn't forgiven her for leaving him for the bright lights and the big city. Eventually it all makes sense when they really talk to each other. I love that Sabrina isn't afraid to face the past (after all, she knows the future!) and forces Cole to have an honest discussion with her about the past.
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