The Photo (Online series #3)

 

Haley Wilson stood next to her fiancé on the stage of the Democratic National Convention as her future father-in-law accepted the nomination for Vice President.  And an hour later she left that 2.5 karat Harry Winston on the dresser after she caught her future husband messing around with one of their secret service detail.  Back home in Minnesota, Haley is now living the dream as a newspaper reporter.  Or so she thought.  Tired of political stories because of her connections, she wants to write real, raw, heartwarming stories.

 

Cam Richards never expected to lose the love of his life in a surgery to clip a brain aneurysm just weeks before he was going to propose.  Taking a leave of absence as a National Geographic photographer, he comes home to Minnesota to refocus.  When he bumps into his high school friend, Haley, their friendship picks up right where it left off and is exactly what each other needs:  Cam needs a friend to talk to, and Haley needs a story--and a successful classmate who has traveled the world is just the ticket.

 

 

When Haley sorts through Cam's work, she discovers he accidentally captured an engagement seven years ago. This is the story she's been waiting for.  As she digs into the couple, she begins to see how Cam has fallen out of love with the prospect of being in love.  Determined to help him find love again, they soon discover that maybe what they need is right in front of them.  But those feelings are tested when their story goes viral across the internet, churning up painful memories, not only for them, but about the couple in the photo and their families.

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