Synopses & Reviews
Second chance? Fat chance. Love can kiss her high-heeled boots.
Just before starting college, Martina fled her high school sweetheart's house like Cinderella a minute before midnight. Lost shoe? Who cares. She'd expected a ring, not the break-up talk. She's spent the last few years pouring herself into her work at the hospital in Timber Falls by day, studying to become a nurse practitioner by night. She's very good at it, too, but she didn't expect to be asked for by name the moment she joined the home health agency. Especially not by her Prince Not-So-Charming.
Carter has been shouldering his stepmother's medical care alone for months now, and the weight is getting to him. His classy, put-together mom is falling apart, and Martina is the best person to help. He never imagined that she'd say yes to the job, but now that she has, he's wondering if he's not the only one still regretting what happened. She wasn't just the one who got away; she was The One. The shoe fits: now he just needs to give her a reason to try it on again...
Can Carter prove he's worth the drama and ready to give her a happily ever after after all?
Right Back Where We Started is the third book in the Timber Falls sweet romantic comedy series. It does not contain cheating or open-door sex scenes; it does contain secret kisses in dark kitchens, golf-learning coziness, and bonding over brownies. Content warning: this book centers on a parent with early-onset Alzheimer's, but does not depict her death. If you like fashion-obsessed heroines who can name the entire Seahawks defensive line, headstrong heroes who are learning to ask for help and an ending that's so sweet it hurts, you need this book now.