Roisin can’t forget the man she met on her last trip to Baltimore a year ago. Jim can’t forget her either, but he hasn’t been in the States since they parted. He’s back now, with a big decision to make - whether or not to retire from the military or give Uncle Sam another few years of his life.
Meeting Roisin again changes everything and throws all sorts of new and exciting variables into the calculus of his decision. Jim’s always been a steady, staid kind of man, but Roisin brings out something much more primitive in him. She makes him feel alive in ways he never could have expected or anticipated. And he wants more.
Jim makes Roisin want things she’s never dared. Their one-nighter last year had been memorable, but doomed from the start. She’d had to go back home to New York and he’d been shipping out for Afghanistan. Now, when they meet again, has anything really changed or is this the start of something truly magical?