Synopses & Reviews
Family is a feeling
There's nothing like an important birthday to make a person realize all the things they haven't accomplished. As Tabitha Steele blows out thirty candles, she makes a wish to take charge of her life. It's a tall order, considering she doesn't have much to show for herself since leaving military service: she works at a motorcycle shop but has never even ridden a motorcyle; she's floundering in massage school; her social life consists of her aunt and her gym buddies; and her closest relationship is with Trinity, the service dog who helps her manage every day. She feels like an imposter in every aspect of her own life.
Playful and wild-hearted gym coach Chris Hobbs is Tabitha's opposite. He likes to keep things fun and temporary, which is why he's never tried to move the deepening friendship he has with Tabitha into anything more. But he's the perfect person to help Tabitha discover her strengths. Then the sudden reappearance of his estranged brother forces Chris to face his past and the vulnerable part of himself behind the party-boy persona. And that includes letting Tabitha in.
As difficult as it is for Tabitha and Chris to leave the old definitions of themselves behind, the journey is better with someone special at their sides, becoming who they're meant to be, together.
"Sweet and sexy, packed with emotions.... Romance, rescue dogs, and a side of mystery." --Trish Doller, New York Times bestselling author of Float Plan, on Forever Home
Book 1: Rescue You
Book 2: Forever Home