High school counselor Aislin Kennedy’s charisma and exuberance mask deep scars that prevent her from letting anyone too close. Instead, she throws herself into helping her students. CEO of a fashion conglomerate, Susanna Durr has been through three painfully public divorces, and to say she’s given up on love would be an understatement.
When Aislin agrees to help Susanna connect with her daughter, Cynt, surprising feelings awaken for both of them. But Aislin isn’t ready to trust again and Susanna’s track record is intimidating. If the past were to repeat itself, it could break Aislin for good.
Two sides of the track fall in love
Two women from different backgrounds and lifestyles fall for each other while trying to connect to a troubled teen. The women have an undeniable chemistry they can’t ignore which turns into a really endearing relationship. The communication is upfront and refreshing, until it isn’t. Fear threatens to break a good thing and when it does, communication breaks down.
Overall, it’s a really well written book that flows smoothly for the most part. The ending seemed a bit anticlimactic and rushed, but the epilogue hinted at the future security and happy ending I needed.