About the Book:
At the age of nineteen, Seth Sileski had everything. A superb athlete and scholar, handsome and popular, he was the pride of Thunder Point. Destined for greatness, he lost it all in a terrible accident that put an end to his professional football career when it had barely begun. The people in his hometown have never forgotten what might have been.
Seth has come to terms with the turns his life has taken. But now he's been presented with an opportunity to return home and show his father—and the people of Thunder Point—he's become a better, humbler version of his former self.
I really enjoyed this latest episode in Robyn Car's Thunder Point series. In high school Seth was the star athlete. Iris was his best friend, but he dated the cheerleaders (and asked her for advice). Then one night, when he was drunk, the two of them became more than friends--except that when Seth sobered up he didn't remember it. Iris of course was heartbroken. Still, she has never forgotten him. Now she is the high school guidance counselor who tries to convince girls that they are worth more than that. Seth was the pro athlete who had more money than sense. An accident put an end to his career and forced him to grow up in a hurry. Now, years later, he is back in town as the deputy sheriff, and he decides that it is time to be more than friends with his old friend--but for some reason she is reluctant.
Letting go of the past allows these two to chart a future of love, and gives us a story that was fun to read. I liked both Seth and Iris and cheered them on happily ever after.
I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley. Grade: B+