Reid is sweet and supportive. Even though they barely know each other he finds himself trying to help her out (well, he is extremely attracted to her - that's a good excuse as any, right? :)) and Brenna though she wants to deal alone with her fears finds herself not the only one who has a past to deal with and put behind.
With Reid she can loosen up and have fun. she can face her demons. but does that mean that Reid is just a crutch that actually stands in her way of facing her fear on her own or is he a new fear she has to deal with?
I loved this Novella. It was so sweet and real for me.
This is the 3rd I've read from the "strangers in the train" - I also liked "Big Boy" by Ruthie Knox and "Back on Track" by Donna Cummings. I got to reading this Novella after I got a recommendation to "Bending Over Backwards" By Hunter which I LOVED! so went back to check this story out! I'll surely be checking out more books by Hunter!
Additional Details: Kindle Ebook, 77 pages, 13 August 2013 / On GoodReads