As she reached toward him, Tyler had an absurd vision that if Ally touched his face, he would crumble to dust. He felt hollow, an empty shell of a person. For years, no one but his Taekwondo students had touched him. All those doctors, their clinical touch, a childhood memory Tyler preferred to forget.
What were the odds they could overcome the pain of the past, juggle the demands of the present, and find a future that was more than either could hope for?
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I loved this book! The characters are real people with real problems who meet, miss each other and finally find happiness together. Some of my friends have compared A.J. Ullman's writing to Danielle Steele's. A. J. also writes beautiful descriptions and sentences.