When my best friend Taryn tells me I should give her brother some space, I do. After all, I’ve never been through something like he has, so I will respect her wishes and keep my distance.
The problem is, Eric Andrews won’t leave my mind. I crave to see him, to be with him, to help him.
But Eric doesn’t need my help, he’s made that clear.
So, I go back to my life and my routines. Working as a paralegal and saving up for my next tattoo or new car.
But then I’m introduced to a world I didn’t know existed and wonder if maybe this will help me forget the memories of him.


Life has to start throwing me some rope. After paying for a horrific mistake I made years ago, I’m struggling to get my life back in order. To have that carefree routine of working, going to the gym, sports, and hanging with the few friends I have left.
Things just aren’t going the way I pictured when I had all that downtime to dream and plan from a prison cell. I’ve got the job thing down, grateful my friend Carter had the resources to help me back into my sports medicine job.
When Taryn introduced me to Christa Alvarez, she was just what I needed at the time, until I realized she deserved better, and in the state I was in, I was no good for anyone. Especially someone like her.
Until one day, she’s exactly where I thought I’d never see her, but she doesn’t know it’s me.

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