Four years after an accident tore their friendship apart, Hunter and Devon are living separate lives. Hunter is now the all-America hero—a congressman’s son and a pro pitcher in Houston preparing to marry his beauty-queen girlfriend. Devon is in Dallas running a new restaurant.
But when Hunter unexpectedly shows up in Devon’s bar, Devon can’t turn him away. Damn it if the man isn’t still gorgeous. But engaged? Hell no. All he’s doing for Devon is bringing back memories of their college-roommate days, and the night their relationship went too far. Turns out Hunter has never forgotten it either.
Now Devon can’t help but be drawn in all over again by the only guy who’s ever gotten close enough to break his heart. Maybe one more night together would be enough for both of them to finally move on. Or maybe one night will change everything.
Thoughts: I’ve been a fan of Roni Loren’s for several books now, and eagerly await each one of her new releases. This book was no exception.
From the very beginning of this story you can see that Hunt and Devon have something special, they just need to get past what happened when they were in college to see it.
This is something we get to see up close and personal, and is one of best college friends to lovers stories I’ve read. What happened to separate them was super sucky, but necessary I think, because one of them, not going to say which one, wasn’t ready for what was happening.
When they cross paths again and they have to discuss what really happened between, it was in a word awesome. We get so much emotion and heartache. But it’s necessary for both of them and then we get to the good stuff, and man of man is it awesome.
Once again Roni Loren does what she does best, deliver a story with great characters, chemistry hot enough to set your e-reader on fire, and make you wish for more of them.