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The chaos of a Westberry family wedding helps two heartbroken opposites discover that love, if you let it, is the key to letting go of the past and opening up to the hope of an unexpected future.
Paul is an emerging Detective novelist whose first book became a Best-Seller but now his wife, Helen, (who's a very successful Romance novelist), is helping him fight writer's block caused by fear of the Second Book Curse.
Paul & Helen take a weekend getaway to the Westberry Inn where they meet, Beth Westberry, (the Innkeepers' daughter). Beth is a school teacher who loves her job and dreams of studying art in Paris. Unfortunately Beth married her high school sweetheart, the football star, who ran out of potential & charm years ago, yet Beth refuses to stop believing in him.
While Paul & Helen are driving home, Helen is killed in car accident.
Beth catches her husband in bed with another woman.
A few weeks later, Paul and Beth find themselves seeking solitude back at the Westberry Inn.
Paul has got to finish his second novel or lose everything by paying back the cash advance he received. The only writing Paul can do is the letters he writes to Helen in his journal every day.
Beth must decide between creating the future in Paris she's dreamed of or committing to rebuilding her marriage, again.
Paul & Beth reluctantly become caught-up in the chaos of a Westberry family wedding
and find themselves drawn together. Even though these two are anything but ready for romance, the possibility of love begins to heal their hearts.
Beth chooses to follow her heart to Paris.
Paul asks the universe for the inspiration he needs to finish his novel. His answer is the idea to finish the story he began first, his love story with Helen. Paul uses all the letters he's written to Helen in his journal to create: Letters To Helen.
Which becomes a romantic Best Seller.
On the opening night of Paul’s book tour, Beth appears, this time, love definitely stands a chance.