Taylor Winchester is a motocross racer. She was in a terrible accident and now she has to wait until she is cleared by her doctor to race again. After her latest crash and injuries, she moves back in with her parents for a while but after a few months she feels suffocated by them.
“Come on, Taylor. If you haven’t been broken yet, you’re certainly not going to let this be your demise.”
When her mother offers for her to go to her brother’s cabin to relax and rest she admits it sounds like a great idea. However, she wasn’t expecting company in the cabin. It seems Bryson, her brother, had invited Taylor to the cabin first. The last man she wants to spend her time with is the one who broke her heart 3 years ago.
“Don’t for one minute think I’m a pushover, Taylor, just because I managed to show more restraint than most men would when a pretty teenager threw herself at them. We’re both all grown up now, and I tend to go after what I want.”
Travis Montclave is back in town. He was honorably discharged from the army after being injured in combat. He is deciding what to do next with his life. When his friend offers him the cabin he’s happy to accept. Even more so when Taylor shows up. She is not a teenager anymore and this time he won’t stop until he makes her understand that he’s back in her life for the long haul. He will make this stubborn woman give him another chance.
“There are no missed chances, Taylor. Only people too damn stubborn to see what’s right in front of them.”
It’s nice coming back to a book where you know some of the characters already. It gives you a sense of familiarity.
From the first scene I knew I was going to like the hero and heroine together. Taylor and Travis had great chemistry. I like that Taylor had an interesting career. She was strong willed and determined. Travis was patient with her and he never gave up trying to convince her to explore what they felt for each other.
“I think you’re more than ready, and when you feel brave enough to tell me, we’ll make magic together.”
A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.