It's been ten years.
He hasn't stopped loving her for one second.
Seeing the woman who broke my heart a decade ago is something I'm not prepared for. Though I've forgiven Savannah, I've never forgotten what she did.
Now it's time to confront the secret she's kept from me. Though it won't be easy, I'm determined to make things right between us.
One night together is all it takes for our feelings to come rushing back. As memories of us flood in, truths are finally revealed. When the present collides with our past, I'll do anything to win her back, even when Savannah tries to run again.
This time, I'll stop at nothing for a second chance.
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Nice quick read!
Even though this book was shorter than expected, you get everything needed here!! I love each of the personalities of these characters and there is a character for everyone to relate to! I love love love Donny!!!
“My world starts and ends with you.”
I love Hayden and Savannah!! They were high school sweethearts who were reunited at their friends wedding. How romantic!! Even after being apart for ten years, they still felt the same way about each other. They both had successful careers but never had another serious relationship. The moment they saw each other at the wedding time stood still, and the old memories came flooding back. The passion, the excitement; it was like no time had passed. If any couple deserved a second chance, it was Hayden and Savannah. Will Hayden and Savannah take a chance on love again and have the future that they always wanted? Is it possible for them to rekindle the flames of desire and begin their romantic journey together as soulmates, as it was always meant to be?
Unemotional and bland
This book was quick and bland. Very predictable and unemotional. The writer wasn’t detailed enough with her words for you to imagine or feel the emotion between the two characters. The “secret” was ridiculous and petty to say the least and not big enough to make the story bold. I was bored half way through because there was no suspense. I needed more, sorry.