I loved the easy friendship that developed between Brian and Kate. Both are getting over complete heartbreak from their exs. Brian’s life is a complete hot mess since he’s not only dealing with Marcie’s depression, alcoholism, but also stepping up to care for their daughter. A daughter he’s no longer allowed to see when he wants since Marcie wants a divorce. But what happens when Marcie finds out that Kate is in the picture?
Kate knew she should stay away from Brian. Honestly, she just wants someone to share a meal with and spend time with. Since moving to the suburbs from her swanky apartment she shared with Oliver, Kate is lonely. She doesn’t have anyone to really talk to. Her bestie Carlee lives in the city and is busy. It’s nice to share food, wine, and watch television with someone without pressure. Kate can be herself around Brian. But what happens when Oliver wants Kate back? Kate thought that Oliver was her forever guy even if Carlee warned her that Oliver is a playboy. What’s a girl to do?
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
It’s not so easy to move on when someone wants you back.
Kate Moore sat in a stupor for a month. Unlike any other breakup she had experienced, this felt more like a drive by shooting, with her ex holding the smoking gun as he sped away. What happened, she asked herself, knee-deep in peanut butter cups and bags of cheese doodles. Oliver was the man she was going to marry…she’d already pinned a secret board of wedding dresses and honeymoon destinations.
1247 Sycamore Street, Apartment A and B respectively, is where Kate and Brian find themselves after their tumultuous breakups. An unlikely relationship would soon ensue between these shattered souls, and ‘what ifs’ would slowly rise to the surface of their attraction for one another. But, what would happen to their budding relationship when their ex’s want a second chance?