Savannah Bondurant, a marriage and relationship columnist for the Savannah Sun Times, just signed her divorce papers.
Brody McAlister, the elusive and smoking hot gym boy, has finally recovered from his divorce three years ago.
Be it spurred by loneliness or sheer attraction, the two slip into the sheets for a memorable one-night stand.
Savannah's pesky ex-husband continues to try and worm his way back into her life, insisting they remain friends, even though he is living with his jealous new girlfriend.
An up-and-coming woodworker artist, Brody has every socialite cougar in town promising him success and riches, for a price, of course.
With two advice-giving older sisters, one fiercely single and one seemingly happily married, Savannah learns her parents' long and successful relationship does not come without its own secrets. Why should she believe in happily ever after?
Her constant overanalyzing and skepticism bodes well in her profession as a journalist, but proves counterproductive in her personal life. Divorce, guilt, suspicion, holding on to the past—can Savannah trust in Brody to help her Let It Go