When reading stories that reunite old loves, it sometimes strikes me how easily trust and understanding return in the face of undeniable physical chemistry. And in a world where most people fantasize about ‘the one who got away’, a story like that one has a broad appeal.
But every once in a while, a story comes along that’s refreshingly, honestly, realistic, where an author chooses to show the hard road of reconciliation, even when it might even be understandable to do otherwise. Hope Tarr’s ‘Every Breath You Take’ is one of these books.
At the core of this book lie reunited lovers Alex and Cole. Cole met Alex while on an undercover mission with the FBI. Now in private security, Cole is responsible for …More... »