Life is a series of reoccurring ripples in time.
The moment I saw her…something shifted.
The moment my lips touched hers…life got messy.
The moment my heart got involved…everything changed.
Vi Harris tests every bit of my strength.
She is my test.
At a time when I should be focusing entirely on myself, this radiant woman with a bright, cheeky smile and a cracked sense of humor waltzes in and spins everything on its axis.
Vi has the potential to make me weak at a time when I’m determined to show everyone just how bloody strong I am.
She’s everything I am not…yet somehow, she sees through my darkness.
She doesn’t see me as broken.
She sees me as the man I’m fighting so hard to be.
The man that I’m still struggling to see myself.
Wow! This is the first book I have read by Amy Daws. She pulls you into the story with her writing style. I will be reading more of her books.
Hayden is a distraught man that is dealing with tragedies in his past life. His therapist is having Hayden speak at a huge gala for the first time to tell his story. He believes sharing his story in front of a large group will be easier. However, the therapist is putting a challenge up for Hayden - he has to tell his story to one individual.
Vilma is the only girl in her family. Her mother died when she was four and her four brothers were all under the age of ten. Their father was a retired footballer in which the boys have followed in his footsteps. Vilma decides to leave her family home and move to a flat in the city close to her job where she makes high-quality camera bags.
Hayden and Vilma run into each other at the gala - where the sparks are running between them. Hayden decides to see if Vilma will be the one confident. Can she handle what Hayden has to tell her? That will be the question.
I would have loved to meet Vilma's brothers. They were a fun loving group.
4 1/2 stars for this "new to me but I'm going to read again" author!!