At his father’s request, Rome flies to New York to help with a complicated family situation that could potentially change the dynamics of the Moretti family and force Rome to choose between his father and a brother that he didn’t know he had. He decides to take Egypt with him so that he can investigate the skeletons that are tucked away in her closet. He’s falling quickly and needs to make sure she’s actually who she claims to be.
Egypt agrees to go, but not without reservation. She has a few secrets that she’s running from and although they’re not life altering, she’s proud of the person she is now, and not looking forward to revisiting the person she used to be. To make matters worse, Rome insists that he be right there during her trip down memory lane. With a complicated family situation of her own, she wonders if Rome will rethink his decision to be a significant part of her life.
Lucky has finally convinced Denver to really and truly give him a chance, but just when things start to settle down, she finds out that he may or may not be expecting a new addition to his family. She would have easily walked away like she had done so many times before, but they were in the middle of a five-hour flight to New York when she read a text that was meant for his eyes only. Eventually, Lucky puts his foot down with Denver and refuses to let her run this time.
With Denver forcing her way into a situation that Rome and their father were trying to hide from her, a brother who can’t seem to decide whose side he’s really on, and secrets that could ruin the chance for new beginnings, one can’t help but to be captivated from start to finish. Will everyone get their happy ending or will life get the best of them?