She was a stranger who helped him when he was in a bind. Two months later, they meet again and again. In a city of millions, is that coincidence or fate?
After a grief-filled year assuming guardianship of my orphaned teenage half-siblings, they’re heading to college, and I’m moving to New York City, continuing my medical career, and resuming my life.
In a city of millions, figuring out my new beginning is rough, then chance throws a familiar stranger in front of me at a food cart. She’s the perfect place to start; too bad she wants nothing to do with me. Tragedy taught me life is too short to give up on what you want, and I want Samantha Cooper.
I’m starting fresh, opening my dream gym, living with my best friend. I know what I want, but Cole Rossner keeps showing up and screwing with my plans. I’m not ready to move on from my past, but his charm and big heart chisel away my walls.
Soon, the lines between friends to more blur. Opening up to a romantic relationship isn’t easy, even with a guy like Cole, and when a missed chance from the past is brought to light, it feels as though fate might have the last laugh.
This friends to more adult contemporary novel is the perfect mix of 90’s nostalgia, drama, and sweet romance.
This is book two in the Pratt Family Stories. These stories are chronologically written and can stand alone, BUT elements and characters of the previous book do appear. For the best reading experience, we suggest you start from the beginning with Paper Planes.
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