If you read the previous book in this series and wondered what happened to the other brother, this
book will answer all of your questions. (On a side note, you do not have to read the first to enjoy this
one but if you like hot guys pick it up.) Gavin and Zoe have tragic traumatic pasts that they have to
struggle with in order to move forward. This isn’t easy for either of them. This makes for some dramatic
and emotional scenes that will touch your heart. But, this story isn’t all angst! There are plenty of
humorous scenes and some that you just have to smile as they are so realistic. I loved that these
characters were well balanced and neither had to have the other to complete them but they wanted
them to partner them. Excellent story that should be a must read.
Gavin is not the man he once was. He’s trying hard to become a productive member of society but his
last overseas tour left him broken. His brother has him helping teach self-defense classes at the local
gym where he works. There his eye is attracted to Zoe. Zoe is trying to work through her grief over her
twin sister being killed in a car accident. She knows her sister would be pushing her to live a little but is
agreeing to do anything with Gavin living a little? Zoe thinks it might be a lot more than she can handle.
A FLING MIGHT BE JUST THE THING...
Gavin Donnigan left the Marine Corps a shell of a man, hounded by guilt for deaths he couldn't prevent. But teaching a self-defense class at the local gym brings some stability to his life—along with a gorgeous leggy blonde who won't give him the time of day.
Zoe York lost her twin sister to a freak car accident a few months ago. She's been struggling to bury her grief, but it isn't until she signs up for a self-defense class with its distractingly hot instructor that she begins to come out of her shell again. With the memory of her sister telling her to live a little, Zoe decides a fling with buns-of-steel Gavin Donnigan might be just the thing.
Soon they're sparring both in and out of the gym. And for the first time in a long time, each is looking forward to tomorrow.