Everything she had known was no longer true.
Blaire couldn’t stop loving him but she knew she could never forgive him.
Now, she was back home and learning to live again. Moving on with life… until something happened to send her world spinning once again.
What do you do when the one person you can never trust again is the one that you need to trust so desperately?
You lie, hide, avoid, and pray that your sins never find you out.
I was so excited to continue reading about Blair and Rush story. I was anxious find out what's going to happen next. There still having a pretty hard time. Blair has problems trusting Rush and Rush has trouble balancing taking care of Nan and being there for Blair. He really has problems with coping and dealing with problems. It isn't that hard to understand why though. He never had to.
what is this book about
This book takes of where the first one ended. Blair left and Rush is a mess. A turn in events causes Blaire to move back to Rosemary Beach, only until she can get her life back on track. Rush ofcourse see's this as an opportunity to get Blair back. He say's he's willing to do what it takes, but is he. And will Blair be able to forgive him and trust him again. Not only that but feel more secure. After all it takes two to be in a relationship. Not only that but having to deal with Rush's hateful mother and bitchy sister isn't helping. Both of them need to find balance and figure out how to deal and talk about their problems without running and having to apologize over and over again. They both need to learn to work and be together to make their relationship work.
What did I love about this book.
I really enjoy reading about Rush and Blaire's relationship. I really wanted to know how things worked out for them. It has been hard and it won't be easy but I really want it to succeed. Like I said before, both of them need to learn how to be together. Rush needs to find balance and needs to learn how to deal and cope with issues. And Blaire needs to lean how to depend a bit on others. How to be in a relationship, romantically or not. I can't blame her, and him for that matter. They had a hard past. Hard habits are hard to change.