Of all the towns and salons he could have walked into, he had to walk into hers...
Rachel Sachs finally has her life together— almost. She owns a salon in the town she's always loved, dances the Running Man like nobody's business, has regular wine nights with her girls, and does really good hair.
After a trail of failed Tinder hook-ups, she's finally ready for something real...
Until she sees Joe Silver— the object of her high school obsession and the breaker of her young heart. That might be a little too real.
Fourteen years ago, Rachel ghosted when Joe made it clear she'd never have him. But now? He's not letting her get away. And soon they're right back to where they started, only instead of the all night instant messaging they did in high school, they're blowing up each other's phones with texts.
Rachel wants nothing more than to savor the slow, delicious burn of falling for Joe Silver again, but can she trust that what they're building is the real she's looking for? Or will history repeat itself and leave her with another broken heart?
Rachel’s friends are awesome and that includes her main boy crush/friend from high school, Joe. They had a great relationship, even if my computer, so she thought she’d tell him her feelings. Talk about not a good idea!! So she stopped all contact. For fourteen years!!!! Now he’s back and she needs to sort her feelings. Will she be able to forgive him? She needs to come to terms with some things on her own first too.
The writing is amazing. I don’t think I’ve read Julia Wolf but I will be looking for more of her books. All the characters are solid and strong. I love how she tells the story so you can see it like a movie in your head. So detailed but still able to move the book along at a good pace.
"Julia lives in Maryland with her patient husband and three crazy beautiful kids.
When she's not writing, momming, or watching Real Housewives, she's reading a book.
Julia's a lover of all things romance. From sweet, to funny, to steamy, to so dirty you'll blushing for days, she reads (and writes!) it all."