Dr. Samantha Brooks is having a midlife crisis. Her twin sons are about to go off to college, leaving her struggling to find direction. On top of that, she’s being deposed for a lawsuit. And just when it can’t get any worse, she finds out her lawyer is Kirby Fielding, the woman she had a brief but dazzling affair with just before starting medical school. Sam didn’t have the courage to follow her heart back then, or to reach out to Kirby since, but now she’s ready for a change. She only hopes Kirby will give her another chance to prove that love changes everything.
I tend to agree with the other ratings on this book. It was well written and flows smoothly enough, however is focused on the past for most of the book when the two main characters were basically girls. I don’t have much in common these days with a 22 year old, so it was hard to understand what they were going through. I really wish the book had invested more in the present day story line, when the characters had a little more life experience to deal with their feelings. Instead, the book is centered on a young woman coming to terms with her sexuality and religion. The book is good, just nothing I was expecting.