A married couple yearns to rediscover lost love in this novel about forgiveness, reconciliation, and emotional growth.
It’s always been complicated between Libby Lawson and Greyson Chapman—and married life isn’t any simpler. But when Libby gets pregnant, she at last sees a bright future ahead. There’s just one problem: Greyson says he’s sterile.
Furious, Greyson abandons the young family. Equally furious and deeply hurt, Libby cuts all ties with him. After all these years, it seems their relationship has finally expired. But love is resilient and endures even when you don’t want it to. Greyson still longs for Libby, and though Libby’s heartbroken by Greyson’s lack of trust, she holds out hope for a complete, happy family.
And so they embark on the journey back to each other, wary of all the obstacles between them. It’s been a long road already—one strewed with fear, doubt, and misunderstandings. Will they keep looking to the past, or will they look to each other and walk hand in hand toward a broad new horizon?
Nothing But This is a quick read about heartbreak and trying to forgive - even though you been in love with that person forever. Libby and Greyson have an unusual relationship - they've know each other for years and all of the sudden their lives change when they quickly decide to get married.
Libby has been in love with Greyson since she was a young teen. Greyson, who was older, didn't like the school-girl crush she had on him and quickly dismissed her over the years. But when she got older, he couldn't help but notice the beautiful, grown-up Libby. Their relationship was fast - married so fast. Libby thought life with a new baby couldn't be more perfect for their relationship. But she never realized how cold Greyson could be towards her and their child. As you know, he immediately blames Libby for cheating and not claiming the child as his.
I have to say Greyson was an absolute jerk through this entire. He jumps to conclusion without talking and honestly, what he did was unforgettable. Personally, I could not find one redeeming quality about his character. And I'm glad Libby stood her ground when he tried to come crawling back.