Alex Thompson’s life is following the script. A pre-law student at Columbia University, she’s focused on her grades, her life and her future. The last thing she needs is to reconnect with the boy who broke her heart.
Dylan Paris comes home from Afghanistan severely injured and knows that the one thing he cannot do is drag Alex into the mess he’s made of his life.
When Dylan and Alex are assigned to the same work study program and are forced to work side by side, they have to make new ground rules to keep from killing each other.
Only problem is, they keep breaking the rules.
The first rule is to never, ever talk about how they fell in love.
This review is hard to write, because I liked it, but felt it was lacking. What was it lacking? Well, that's the thing. I'm not sure! I liked the characters, but I didn't fully connect with them. There's lots of emotion, but I didn't "feel" it. The story was good though. I loved the premise of the book. I'm not a big fan of multiple POV's in a book and this book switches back and forth between the two characters. I will give it another chance and re-read at some point.
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