Sarah Soon may have recovered from cancer - in body - but her brush with mortality has left the usually confident OB/GYN shaken about her future and herself. When she unexpectedly runs into Jake Li, her brother's annoying high school BFF who betrayed her trust, he's the last person she wants to see. She doesn't need the now-disturbingly hot social worker hanging around while she sorts herself out, yet suddenly he's inescapable.
Everyone's telling the newly divorced Jake that he shouldn't be looking for a serious relationship already, but he's always been helplessly drawn to Sarah's vivaciousness. Can he show her that he's all grown up now and worthy of her trust and a second chance?
Or will they make a clean break once and for all?
Contains mature themes.
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Wooden Male Narrator
I’m giving up on this book a short way into it. I’m not sure whether or not the book has promise. It’s not grabbing my attention but that may also be as a result of the male narrator who detracts from the story.