Kate wants to start taking more chances in life—but how much risk is too much?
Kate Blair is sick of unrequited love. She’s quietly waited for Mickey for years, but she’s finally decided: No more Mickey and no more playing it safe. She’s been trying to control everything—from the calories she consumes to painful emotions toward her alcoholic mother. She wants to live it up and be more like her wild friend Rosie—though Rosie has some problems of her own.
It’s time to take a chance on real love, and Declan O’Brien’s the perfect risk. He’s handsome, kind, and crazy about her—so it’s not long before all thoughts of Mickey are few and far between.
But old habits die hard. Kate may have started to forget . . . but has Mickey?
“[James’s] Chesil Beach series . . . has been compared to that of leading novelists Jodi Picoult and Jojo Moyes.” —Dorset Echo