Jill Shalvis writes books that I consistently enjoy reading. As is often true in women’s fiction, the author creates interesting characters, settings and situations. This book does just that.
Tae and her mother have always formed a strong and supportive unit as they navigate the world. As the book opens, Tae has become a successful event planner while April is spending more time on her art.
One of Tae’s clients, Jake, runs a successful venture for those who have experienced physical trauma or other difficulties. His company offers interesting adventures and programs for those in need. Jake himself is in a wheelchair, having been injured while he was in the military.
Jake’s brother, Riggs, is back in town. He has a past history with Tae and, or course with Jake. His and Tae’s history leads to The Friendship Pact. Will this change to something else or more?
Another thread of the story is about Tae’s father. She knows very little about him and has believed what her mother told her. However, it appears that there may be more to the story. Will Tae find the answers that she seeks? Who will help her as she tries to find out more?
This book was a good read. It does not break new ground but that is not what I am looking for with this genre. I am looking for a story to sink into and I was able to do that with this title.
Many thanks to NetGalley and William Morrow for this title. All opinions are my own.
Pub date: 14 June 2022