He's a professional hockey player trying to survive on his new team. I'm just trying to survive.
I'm down to my last dollar. I live day-to-day in a world that doesn't care. Despite my bad luck, I'm a fighter. I never give up. I never stop trying.
Ryan Parker's wealth and generosity sets him apart from anyone I know. Yet, I don't trust him. It's nothing personal. I trust no one. But when my bad luck takes a turn for the worse, one person shows up. Ryan Parker.
I do not understand why he bothered because the guy has enough of his own issues to deal with. But I don't have a choice. I need him. It's a matter of survival.
His friendship changed everything. It changed me. I started to believe in myself. I allowed myself to trust. And for the first time, in a long time, I felt my heart beat again.
Contains mature themes.
Horrible male narrator
If you are particular about narrators…SKIP this book! The male narrator sounds like he learned to read last week. Omg. The grammar. Mispronounced so much (I’m not talking local colloquialisms, I mean completely not how words are pronounced). If you don’t mind when people pronounce words like button and mitten without the T’s. Like a redneck hiccup….”bu’ en”, then this is the book for you.