Family_Saga, Contemporary, Romance
When a promotion to junior recruiter affords her the chance to move across the bridge into DC, Summer—a free bird—quickly sheds her loner lifestyle after she meets, Emily, a class act whose heart is still tied to her ex-husband; Brooke, a career-driven woman looking for love who wants to have it all; and Amber, the fearless pianist who makes a living off her flings. Summer’s life begins to go as planned, until she meets a hot Cuban at a party who will change her life forever. What starts off as a “harmless affair” with Ruben Sotolongo, turns out to be a perilous situation as she struggles with her temptation to play with fire. Soon, Summer realizes that she must walk away from him before it’s too late. At the same time, Summer’s friends slowly find the tide turning against them. Brooke will have to face a deal breaker after finding love; after months of suffering, Emily’s chance at healing is threatened by an impediment least likely of all places; and when Amber accidentally betrays someone dear to her and underestimates the personality of a client, she realizes that her flings may not exactly be all fun and games. Will they make it out of the turmoil bruised and battered or stronger than ever?
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
After reading this book it captured the story really well.
The book is about some women that have different kind of lives first you have summer who has left her home town to go to DC you have Brooke who is a workaholic and runs her own wedding planning business. Emily is a teacher who has just come through a divorce and then you have Amber who teaches piano but likes the finer things in life and gets men to pay for having a sexual relationship with her so she can support her sister.
All of these women are independent and all work but their friendship is not as it seems.
Trust, friendship, all put on the line.
I couldn't put the book down I am giving this book 5/5 - wonderful story, thank you for chance to review this book
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