that the magic of her first love was just too good to be true and determined to
exorcise her ghosts from the past, Carrie decides to return home for her fifteenth
year class reunion. Things started to go wrong even before she arrived in town.
She knew she should've just given up right then, but she was determined to
execute the "hit and run" she'd devised. She meant to nail Heath
Bardsley at any cost, and then make a clean getaway while he was still
wondering what had happened. She shouldn't have been surprised that nothing
went quite according to planÉ.
is told in the first person for some that might be a turn off. It takes a
little getting used to, especially if you haven't read a book like that in a
while. I liked the idea behind this story, but I had a few problems with the
lead character. I get that she's nervous about stepping back into the past, but
her goals seem a little selfish to me. I didn't get the idea that Heath had
ever really done her wrong, so why set her revenge on him. Other than that, I
liked the story and even wound up liking Carrie in the end. The author tells a
good story and she makes the reader feel the foreplay and frustration that lead
to the big night of hot, steamy SEX.