Chandler Moon’s career as a defensemen for the IceCats is on fire. However, his marriage has gone up in flames…literally. He’s resigned himself to the single life and being the best dog dad he can be, but he still holds out hope that one day he’ll find “The One.” So, imagine his surprise when he runs into “The One Who Got Away.”
His best friend’s baby sister.
AKA: “The One Who Is Totally Off-Limits”
Amelia is broken. The punches that life, and her ex-husband, have thrown at her have her down for the count. She’s cut herself off from her family and friends as she works to rebuild her self-esteem and her spirit. Hidden away in a small town, she never expects to reconnect with “The One She Should Have Chosen.”
Chandler is so much more than he was in college: more handsome, more muscular, more tattooed… It was supposed to be a casual fling while Amelia and Chandler worked to put the pieces of their lives back together.
But as every good hockey player knows, a rebound can turn into one hell of a goal.
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“Omg must read!!💕”
I rarely take time to write reviews I usually just rate the book but this ...... I have read a ton of books and nearly all of the Toni Aleo’s books and this book is the first time I actually cried. When chandler pulls over to dance with her I could literally hear the song in my head and it gave me chills. I’m so in love with chandlers patience with Amelia after everything she’s been through. I almost skipped this book and I’m so glad I didn’t.
This book was amazing! I love the journey that Amelia went on to find her “happy” again! Chandler is truly just like her daddy! Can’t wait for Shelli’s story!!!!
5 Moony Stars!
Two words: Chandler. Moon.
This man... He was sweet, smart, sexy, hilarious, and everything you want your book hero to be. Add in some hockey and he's just perfection!
Amelia Justice was the perfect heroine, getting back on her feet after being knocked down repeatedly. She wasn't a doormat but is definitely closed-off. And watching Chandler get her to open up was amazing.
Both of our main characters came from bad relationships that they let define them in completely different ways. When they run into each other by happenstance years after an almost-chance in college, you just know that they're going to be perfect together. I was rooting for them from the start and am very happy to say this book didn't disappoint.
Watching Chandler be the man Amelia deserved and seeing her realize that was amazing. I hope we see more of them again in a future book because they are one of my top Toni Aleo duos!