Back in the long ago nineties, Rachel Walsh was a mess.
But a spell in rehab transformed everything. Life became very good, very quickly. These days, Rachel has love, family, a great job as an addiction counsellor, she even gardens. Her only bad habit is a fondness for expensive trainers.
But with the sudden reappearance of a man she’d once loved, her life wobbles.
She’d thought she was settled. Fixed forever. Is she about to discover that no matter what our age, everything can change?
Is it time to think again, Rachel?
First time reading this author, again, one of those things where it does not live up to the hype. I blame marketing for getting them where they are, it is a misrepresentation.
The rehab stories where a bit eh and didn’t interest me. Rachel kept going on about her feelings of Luke and Quin, like we get it, stop repeating yourself you are boring the reader. There was a lot of characters so the little family tree was handy to have to navigate through the novel with all of this in mind. There was a lot of crap written in-between good bits of writing that was about it.