Just when she thought things were going up…
Two years after a devastating breakup, Brittni Mitchell has moved on from Justin Avery—or so she tells herself. But when she returns to Seattle for her best friend’s engagement party, Brittni finds herself the victim of a disastrously timed elevator breakdown. She’s trapped with the last person she wants to face, and forced to recount the past she desperately wants to forget.
She’s going to have to look back…
When Brittni left her podunk hometown for a big city college experience at the University of Washington, hooking up with a guy like Justin Avery was not part of her plan. Between Justin’s attention-grabbing tattoos, cigarette smoking, and bad boy attitude Brittni quickly chalked him up as “Mr. Wrong.” But his charm was unrelenting, and Brittni’s decision to give Justin a chance quickly turned into the worst choice she ever made.
So that she might be able to move forward.
Now she’s stuck with Justin—literally—and the complicated web of misunderstandings that tied up the truth for two years is about to unravel.
After two years away, Brittni Mitchell reluctantly returns to Seattle for her friend's engagement party. She knows it's going to be impossible to avoid her ex, Justin Avery. But she doesn't count on having to confront him instantly upon arrival and for hours on end as they get stuck in an elevator together. King provides their history in a series of flashbacks; predictably, Justin's serious misunderstanding of Brittni's actions in college led to their very angry break-up. Their hours in the elevator allow them to clear the air and consider whether they can move forward together as friends. King's second Woodfalls Girls novel (after No Attachments) benefits from Justin's multifaceted personality, though he does act badly at times. Brittni, on the other hand, is na ve and quick to judge based on outward appearances. The story evaporates quickly, but the conflict is rich enough for readers to pass the time without regret.