That's a good thing...because none of that ever happened.
Drew Alexander was the one person who knew Cass better than almost anyone, and the friendship that developed in high school carried them to college. Despite the distance, their bond grew stronger, revealing to each of them what they meant to each other. A series of fleeting moments and a string of failed relationships helped them realize that what they really wanted - what they needed - was each other.
But that was five years ago, and sometimes things just don't work out.
Now twenty-five, Cass finds herself living in Houston, working at a small publishing house as an editor. By most accounts, she appears happy. However, she has managed to avoid a true relationship, opting to channel all of her energy on work, despite protests from her best friend.
The only thing that can drag her away is the annual girls' weekend, which comes at the best possible time, because Cass has just learned life-altering news. With the most recent blow to her life looming overhead, will the getaway with her closest friends change her outlook on life? Or will her inability to put the past behind her stifle any chance she has of moving on? Will she ever be able to open up and let those who love her be there for her?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What a find. This author’s writing style is so engaging and tangible, and the phenomenal character development shines through in this romantic tale of love and friendship. The maturity, the very real and believable emotions and reactions, and the humor… what a great, unforgettable story. Oh, that journal!! Loved Cass and Drew!! Can’t wait for more from the very talented TK Rapp!