Caitlyn had grown up wealthy and spoiled with a mother who thought of her more of a show piece than a daughter. Caitlyn's mother had big plans for Caitlyn and they didn't include dating the hired help but that didn't stop Caitlyn. When Jason and Caitlyn were both seniors they would sneak around to be together. Jason always made Caitlyn feel loved and cherished when she was in his arms. Then the morning after their senior prom and the worst night of Caitlyn's life, Jason was gone.
Jason Maguire's dream was to one day go to Julliard and study music, maybe become a composer, with Caitlyn by his side. Neither dream seemed to work out for him; he did go to Julliard and study chamber music but he found out he could make more money as a radio DJ. When Caitlyn stood him up for their senior prom he knew she would never be by his side again.
For the first time in twenty years Caitlyn was back in her home town of Drummond, Maine. Caitlyn was not sure why she came back, she really had no intention of going to her high school reunion but old memories seemed to pull her here. Jason would give anything to talk to Caitlyn one more time but when he asked her old friend Leigh about her she won't tell him anything. Then Jason does a show on second chances and at the end he plays 'Caitlyn's Serenade' a song he composed himself. Caitlyn starts to wonder if the time has come to face the pain and heartache of her past; but does Caitlyn have the courage to face the man that broke her heart and left her alone when she needed him the most?
MOONLIGHT SERENADE is a wonderful, romantic story about second chances and forgiveness. From the very first page I was lost in Jason and Caitlyn's story of heartache, pain, and then finding love once again. Chevon Gael has written a story that I would definitely recommend.