Logan Marsh never stays in one place for long. Through his family’s foundation, Logan spends his days traveling to the world’s most dangerous places to deliver disaster relief, which really puts a damper on his sex life—until he reconnects with his high-school crush. Stranded together in the Caribbean, they enjoy a steamy fling that awakens feelings Logan has ignored for too long. But family drama calls him away from her sweet embrace . . . or so he thinks.
Brooke Gallagher loved being a home economics teacher and cheerleading coach. Then an unexpected tragedy forced her to take some time off. Now she’s back in D.C. and despite the intensity of her tropical encounter with Logan, she’s shocked to bump into him again. Logan’s dealing with his own issues (including a newly discovered half-sister) and he’s itching to get back on the road. More than anything, Brooke wants to be there for him. But first, he has to decide if love is enough to keep him in one place.
This book started out well, with an interesting premise and a fun "stranded in the airport/hotel" vibe. I liked it a lot as it seemed to be a light and flirty second chance.
And then it moved to DC and it lost me a little. The light of the story changed to a lot heavier story and the balance of the 2 never totally worked for me. In this instance, I think I liked Brooke and Logan more as a casual couple than I did when they were a couple and together.
I think the pacing was off for me and that left it as a little unbalanced overall.
I sort of recommend this book, as I liked the characters, but overall it wasn't the most fulfilling story.