Amy's ready for a weekend of solitude and pampering, but her plans turn to thoughts of a no-strings fling when she meets Greg.
Terry gives an overview of the book:
Amy closed her anthropology textbook with a satisfied thwack. She pushed away from the study carrel in the library stacks and knuckled her lower back, twisting until her vertebrae snap-crackle-popped into alignment. No matter what Professor Dillard threw at her tomorrow night, she was ready. She hoped. While she stuffed reams of notes into her backpack, she heard her friends and coworkers as the inevitable symphony played in her head, heavy on the percussion.
Go back to school, Amy. You put that jerk of a husband through school. He dumped you, and good riddance. It's your turn now. Go. Relax. Meet some new people. Intelligent people. Not the riffraff that comes into the diner. Have a fling.
Right. As if she had time to meet any of these intelligent people. Most avoided her like she was some kind of plague-ridden alien. Like age was contagious. Good heavens, she was only thirty-five. She zipped her pack. So what? No matter what her friends said, she was here for an education, not a social life.
Terry was born in Los Angeles and after living over 3 decades in Florida, now makes her home in Colorado. An avid reader (her parents tell everyone they had to move from their first home because she finished the local library), she always wanted to "fix" stories...
A beautiful woman with a past and a handsome stranger collide in this suspenseful thriller. ... What follows is an excellent page- turner that will keep readers up into the night. The plot twists are...