One moment, one single instance can change the course of your life, but I picked myself up, brushed myself off, and took that first step knowing it would be the hardest.
Years later, tired of existing but not living, I quit my job in Manhattan, sold my condo and moved to a log cabin in Wyoming.
When I wake in the bed of Killian Reid, mistaken for a one-night stand, I never imagined I’d fall for the man.
But I did.
Not at first; a slow fall, so gradual I didn’t realize I was no longer falling. I’d been given a second chance at a happily ever after.
And then Brock Callahan walks back into my life.
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This one broke my heart, and it didn't.
I'm not sure how to review it, as it's easily ruined by spoilers. But it's the kind of book you don't want to end, but you find yourself having to know what happens.
I relate to Cedar. Because even though her decision makes so much sense, like Cedar, there's a little bit of my heart that's left with the one she didn't choose (who needs his own story, thank you very much) and it left me feeling just a little bit wrecked at the end.
But in the very best way.
A well written love triangle is a brutal thing as if the author has done their job well, you find yourself a little bit in love with both of the romantic choices and your heart breaks for the one who isn't chosen, no matter how logical.
L. A. Fiore did her job well.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.
LA Fiore is a hybrid author who believes in a happily ever after, but she likes to make her readers work for it. When she's not writing, she can usually be found in the garden or hanging on the deck with her family and friends. She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband and two kids and their four fur babies.