Savannah Morrison has no one but herself to blame for practically shoving her lover into the arms of another man. After all, it was her idea that Garrick take a lover while they are separated for the season. She loves Garrick with all her heart, but how the hell is she going to share him with Rhian?
Rhian Savage used to have such a simple life. Now he's in love, his dreams of skating on an NHL team are coming true, and he keeps spotting a strangely familiar face in the crowds. To top it all off, he has to see Savannah every day. He knows she's Garrick's real future, but he doesn't have the balls to do the right thing for all of them and end it-until his life goes sideways. As usual.
Now Rhian is alone, Garrick is heartbroken, and Savannah-the one person Rhian figured would celebrate his departure-is beating down his door. What the hell is up with that?
|Publisher:||Loch Awe Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)|
About the Author
Sam lives with her family-of both the two and four-legged variety-outside of Boston. She used to spend her days toiling away in corporate nerdville but was recently sprung from that hell. Now when she's not locked away in her home office, she can generally be found tucked in the corner of the local Thai place with a few beloved friends and an adult beverage.
Her favorite things include mango martinis, tiny Chihuahuas with big attitude problems, and the Oxford comma.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
## Superb. This is a marvelous conclusion to Garrick Savannah and Rhian's story. Wow was I mad at Garrick for hopping from one lover to another. Imagine how Savannah felt after spending the night with her, Garrick leaves to spend the next night with his other lover. I couldn't believe he could be so selfish to put them both through that. But that the author could convey that type of deep hurt was amazing. The whole thing is complicated but the end result is so worth the emotional journey. The heroine was once again astounding. She was incredibly smart, sexy, extremely kind and so playful. I loved that she played hockey at Harvard. My favorite kind of heroine. And her family was so fun to be around. I will definitely read again.