All I want is Emma. I need her, and I fight for her memory. A story. A smile. Anything. But it's all blank .
Emma is not his girl anymore. Time has skipped by and life's been hard. She strips to pay the bills, waitresses to fill the hours between classes and her third job. All while working to be the best mama she can be to the little girl who will never know her daddy. Even though Grayson abandoned her, she mourned his death. Until he calls, and everything she knew was wrong.
It's him. The him that ruined my life. That made my life. That confused my mind to the point that I can't figure out if I've been destroyed or set free. The him that... is... dead.
He's back with one objective--Emma Kingsley--and she never sees it coming.
After that crazy bomb drop in book one, this one picks right up and runs with it. I won't spoil what happens in case you haven't read either book, but I was glad Ms. Harber didn't choose to go down the typical route of this particular trope. I loved that she focused on the heart and truth of their relationship, that the events and the characters actions felt genuine and suck you in, man, do they suck you in.
Because this is a short read like it's predecessor, I was not a happy camper that there wasn't more! That's literally my only gripe because I just want more! That's a great gripe to have, right? : )
I completely recommend this series and will definitely be reading more of Ms. Harber's work in the future!
Updated: I just saw on Amazon that there will be a 3rd book coming in late April so I'm definitely excited for the third installment of this great series! Yay! Bring on April!