Holding on to regret is poison and I take mine straight up. Fast cars and even faster women—they're my drug of choice. Until I barely survive a crash that destroys my career. Now I'm staring my past in the face and she's even more beautiful than when I walked away.
I'm wildly clutching at what's left of my shattered life after a failed marriage when he shows up at my rehab facility. I didn't think my life could get any worse. Now the one man who has the power to destroy me completely is asking me to heal his broken body.
Some things need to stay broken.