Eli Jenkins has a life most guys would kill for: Dream job, countless women, and his best friend, Paisley, to be the girl he can always count on for everything else. But one conversation not only changes everything between them, it threatens to make him lose the only girl who has ever meant anything to him.
When tragedy strikes his family and Eli is forced to reevaluate his life, he realizes a life without Paisley isn’t a life at all. Only now, he may be too late.
Review:Molly McAdams is one of my favorite contemporary romance authors. She always writes such compelling books that have me relating to the characters in a deep way.
Of course, if you have read anything by Molly, you know to bring out the box of tissues. I did cry in this book too. I felt so bad for Paisley and it was torture seeing what she was going through.
At first, I wasn't a huge Eli fan. He aggravated me, like a lot. How could someone so great be so awful and aloof? Then add Brett to the mix and I really wavered then on my opinion of Eli.
I wish there had been a little more action in the book, there was a few incidents, but nothing to add true additional complexity to the story.
Actually, I would have liked a longer story for Paisley, but it is a novella, not a novel. I just can't get enough of Molly's writing.
Overall, it was a great love story. It gets four stars for being another wonderful Molly McAdams book. It wasn't my favorite one, but not any less awesome than her others.
I'm looking forward to reading Trusting Liam and Letting Go next. Molly keeps producing quality books and I'm definitely a fan for life.