Heavyweight champion, Thomas Levy wants nothing more than to forget his six years behind bars. The word 'rapist' had given him unforgettable scars. To him, the past should remain the past and should never be spoken of again. Andrea Walsh struggles with PTSD after a sexual assault. She worries that she would be termed ''broken" for the rest of her life and would never get the epic love she had always dreamt of. Thomas was never the corny one. So, why on earth would he tell Andrea that he would always be hers? It was completely impossible to not fall in love with Andrea. His interest was beyond the 24-year old's alluring looks; it was her energy, her aura, her personality. For Andrea, she may have found someone who understood her and would be patient with her. Thomas is everything she had ever wished for, but his reticence and taciturnity stands in between them. She wonders if she would ever be able to heal his past wounds or would ever get him to open up about it. Would the past affect the epic love they both are destined to have? Yours, always is a novel that reminds one of the possibilities of second chances and the presence of strength in showing vulnerability. It revolves around the themes of love, friendships, racism, mental health and family relationships.