⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5
Quinn Harris thought she had met the man she would spend the rest of her life with, but one fateful day opened her eyes, and she is now single and determined to stay that way for a while. The pain and loss of trust makes her focus more on her job and doing it well. She’s not ready for another relationship right now. She’s had enough pain in her life for the past three years that she’s determined to focus on herself and her job. She loves what she does and wants to do right by her clients and make them her priority.
Nolan Bennett was once a happy man that could joke and smile, but all of that changed a few years ago and now he’s happy to be on patrol without a partner. He doesn’t joke or smile at all now and his mood is always dark. He’s a loner and the only person he talks to is his younger brother, the only member of his family left.
The first meeting of these two was tense and Nolan was rude and detached from the situation. The second meeting, Quinn was not happy that this was the officer assigned to meet her at her client’s house, and Nolan was embarrassed for his previous behavior when he saw Quinn again. These two seemed to be in each other’s paths now and nothing could prepare them for the way things would work out. Neither of them was looking for a relationship, but how could they deny the intensity they felt when they would see each other? Whether it was fate that brought them together or something else, these two were meant for each other. If for no other reason than to heal each other. This story was tragic, amusing at times, heartbreaking at other times, but a beautiful story none the less. I loved it and give it a 4.5-star review. I love S. Nelson’s books; they are always a great read for me. I look forward to more of these stories and hope that there will be one with Will’s story.