Sometimes you just need to let go of the past to be able to confront the future.
Micah has spent a decade using the tragic demise of a friend, to hide away from the world and any type of close romantic relationship. All that time wasted, just wallowing in self-pity and denial. The old gang of friends is getting fed-up with the very reluctant Micah. As far as they are concerned it is time to move on, move over and let it go.
That’s the thing about keeping a ball full of remorse and guilt in the pit of your gut for a long time, eventually that ball grows so big it is in danger of bursting. When it does there is nowhere to hide from all the repressed emotions and memories.
Sounds like Micah is in for a tough time, which I suppose is true if she wasn’t having trouble keeping her mind and hands of her best friends body.
Not that Josh minds all the looking and touching, but he would like to know whether Micah can distinguish between past and present. Does she want him or does she want the impossible and the past?
I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.