Landing a prominent chair in the Philharmonic Orchestra is part of Bree Ramirez’s determined plans to avoid her old life. Falling smack into her ex-fiancé’s path again? Nowhere close. But with a gang hit targeting her and her brother as loose ends, the pressure to get them out of Queens ushers her straight into the very arms she’s spent the last four years pretending aren’t still home.
On the brink of finally making detective and tackling his parents’ cold case, NYPD Officer Josh D’Angelo is prepared for just about anything. Except playing it cool with the only girl he’s ever loved. Then again, if being assigned Bree’s security detail opens the doors to winning her back, he’ll risk whatever the job requires. Including his heart.
But when Josh’s investigation brings him to a choice he promised Bree he’d never have to make, this unsolicited reunion may cost them their only shot at a second chance.
Things can get super messy when you run into your ex-fiance who was also your best friend. Bree and Josh have a lot of unresolved feelings and unanswered questions. Especially Josh, who was left behind without any explanation. Bree has been running for a long time and has now returned home. Her dad is in the hospital, a gang is trying to target her family, and now her ex is on her security detail. Did I mention the word messy?
I really loved Josh. I loved his sense of duty, his loyalty and his desire to help everyone. He is just a stand up, all around good guy. He's someone I would love to have as a friend. Bree is a bit more difficult to understand and love, but by the end I liked her as well.
This is a great series. I have read each book and enjoyed them all so much. Crystal Walton knows how to write great characters who come to life in her books. There is always plenty of real life difficulties interwoven with hope and love. Whenever a get to read one of Crystal's books, I just get cozy and settle in for what I know will be a fantastic story.
This is a novella in the Home in You series. Each book can stand alone but if you like a timeline flow, you should read them in order.
Write Me Home – Book One
Begin Again – Book Two
Content: Some mild violence, some kissing
- I received a copy of this book from the author. A positive review was not required and all opinions expressed are my own.