Zoe thought she could accept the terms of their affair: exceptionally hot, no-strings-attached sex. But when Andrew coldly informs her of his impending move to New York - and unknowingly turns her world upside down - Zoe tries to forget her unspoken wishes for something more and attempts to move on with her life.
Just as she seems to have found a bit of stability and serenity, Andrew unexpectedly reappears - as the fiancé of Zoe's vapid, cruel cousin, Ashley. Harboring a secret hope that remains undiminished by time, Zoe attempts to keep her distance and protect her heart. But Andrew's presence is hard to ignore. And if he uncovers the truth, Zoe will be forced to face the consequences of their past and risk opening herself up to an uncertain future.
A second chance romance that I liked very much. It definitely will take you on an emotional roller coaster. Zoe, a woman who has been through a lot in her life, falls in love with Andrew; a man who is only concerned about a no strings attached relationship. When he leaves to go back to New York, she is left with a broken heart and a little piece of him to remind her everyday of what they shared. Fast forward 4 years and Zoe is doing quite well for herself; but little does she know, she's about to come face to face with her past and in the worst way possible.
This book will take you through all the emotions Zoe has to endure and you will love and hate Andrew. Other great characters in this book and some sweets to go along!
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The narration was great however I didn't like the HEA and hea. The HEA was mean. He spoke awful to hea and the hea came off as a doormat with no spunk or sass. I think the plot was good but the plot devices that moved the story along seemed awkward. For example. You wouldn't really call your child's father over to baby sit while you go on a first date especially if the baby daddy relationship is strained right? I actually liked the secondary characters much better. I would read this author again
A great read. I found myself pulling for a happy ending for the characters continuously.