Torn between her desire for the guy who has her heart and her loyalty to her best friend, Kate Bergman knows she must break her own heart to give her broken and fragile friend a shot at happiness.
But letting go of River McEwan is the hardest thing she's ever done. Moving on is even harder--especially when River doesn't want to let her go. As the two resist their passion for one another, Kate uncovers the truth about her best friend. As the three of them forge a new path of friendship and discovery, tragedy strikes. Now, it's up to Kate to fight for the only man she's ever loved. But can she make River forget about the past to find a future together?
Review by Lorena
Holy cow, the suspense in this book really had me glued to my device.
I love me a book that will captivate me from beginning to end and this book definitely did it for me.
Throughout the whole book all I kept thinking about was what was going to happen, how will this end!! Will River and Kate get a HEA? AHHHH! So many questions and I loved that about this book.
Anything suspenseful and captivating is totally a must read! My heart was aching for these two individuals because even though they loved each other they just couldn't catch a break for the life of me!
the Lies and betrayal and AGAIN the suspense had me by the edge of my seat.
These types of books are the type of books I love.
5 super stars!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Emma was raised in upstate NY. Being an only child, she spent a great deal of time alone dreaming up characters that would keep her company on long family road trips. Putting her writing on the back burner, she went to college and became a chiropractor. After spending 14 years healing patients, Emma decided—with the help of her amazingly supportive husband—to use the creative side of her brain and let her characters come to the page.
If she’s not writing, Emma can be found at the gym, one of her kids sporting events, Starbucks, or at a live music event.
A perfect day for Emma would be spent at her lake house with her husband, two ginger-haired children, and Vizsla, reading a book and drinking a large cup of coffee (or wine) with music playing in the background.