Trent Daniels only has one regret in life. Nearly fifteen years ago, he let his high school crush, Abby Hoffman, go off to college in New York City without telling her how he felt. Ever since, he’s wondered what would have happened if he’d been bold enough to tell her his feelings.
Abigail Hoffman left Ohio behind long ago and with it the family that had taken her in and embraced her as one of their own. She’s missed the Daniels family, but she couldn’t bring herself to face them again—not after what happened. Now her job has brought her back to the place she’s done her best to avoid and right smack into Trent Daniels.
I have not read the rest of the books in this series, but I had no trouble keeping up with what was going on, which was nice. Abby and Trent have a very complicated past and when they meet up again, it seems like all Abby can do is try her best to avoid it. And frankly I had my suspicions about why she tried to avoid the Daniels family, but it was only partially correct and the rest was a real bomb shell to me. I really enjoyed the progression of their relationship though. Even through those heartbreaking moments that caused me to shed some tears. Trent was all in once he decided to go for the woman he wanted, but Abby put up some resistance that didn't last. And I particularly liked Abby's best friend Max. He's a great character and it's interesting to see both main characters have such close friends of the opposite sex. A really good read!
4 out of 5 stars!