The last thing I expected on the first day of my dog sitting job was a middle-of-the-night fire alarm.
Things go from chaotic to scorching hot when I run into my old crush, Miles Thatcher, on my way out of the building.
Talk about disastrous timing.
I haven’t seen him in years – seven to be exact.
Since the day we buried his sister – my best friend.
That was both the best and worst day of my life.
It was also the day Miles kissed me – and promptly forgot about me.
Some things never change. He still has no clue who I am.
Miles is no longer the boy I fell in love with.
Now he’s just a stuck-up big shot with a big bank account and bigger ego.
I wish I didn’t still have feelings for him but seeing him again only makes me want him more.
If only Miles would finally ‘see’ me.
A lot can happen in seven years, but time hasn’t erased the guilt he carries.
Underneath his fancy façade is a man who can’t get over the grief of losing his baby sister… or the regret of not being able to prevent it.