College senior Kate Camden has learned to adapt - to her last year of school, to the promise of motherhood, to the fact that she’s doing it all alone. But just when she’s learned to adjust, heartache threatens to break her apart.
Pro hockey player Jason “Ryke” Ryker has it all: adoring fans, a promising career, and a beautiful wife. But when his seemingly perfect life is shaken by tragedy, he’s left questioning whether having it all is ever more than an illusion.
When circumstance brings Kate and Ryke together, they discover they don’t have to hurt alone. Bound by a grief that haunts them both, they must rely on one another to survive heartbreak. But that grief is more powerful than they realize, and the tie that binds them together may ultimately tear them apart.
**Warning** This book contains adult language and situations.
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A Whole New Level Of Good
This was a story set on a personal level I’ve yet to find wholly within any book I’ve read to date. As a bestie to a few ladies that have been through what Kate has been through, it took me back to all the times I’ve been by their side when this tragedy has struck. I’m am so glad that the HEA in this story matched a genuine goodness that any woman, who has been through the unbearable heartache behind Kate’s character, deserves! Looking forward to the next chapter of this series!!❤️
I really really love this book
Emotional and heart warming
This book does a great job conveying the difficulty of recovering from grief and moving on with your life. Dealing with the various complications that loss causes especially while trying to establish new relationships brings about a number of issues for Kate and Ryke. The author does a great job of building the romance while also being sensitive to backgrounds. The losses that each of them suffered are dealt with sensitively and not just as fodder for drama. There are points where I found myself getting really impatient with Kate and then forced myself to think about why I was having that reaction. As someone who had a similar loss I had to realize not everyone processes grief and loss the same way and I think that self reflection is a great way that this author was able to touch me as a reader.
I immediately bought the box set as soon as I finished reading this first book so I guess that's a highly recommend!