I’ve always kept it together and been the rock for everyone else. I’m the one who was strong when my dad died. I’m the one who endured relentless teasing in high school and still held my head high. I’m the one who became a surgical resident in one of the best hospitals in New York City. I’m the one…falling apart. I can’t lose any more patients to inevitable death or tell any more families that their loved one is gone forever. Broken and lonely, I find myself running to the one place I swore I would never go back to…home. And falling in love with the man who was once my nemesis. What will I do when it’s time to go back to New York? How do I save myself when my job has always been to save everyone else?
This short story is a contemporary romance set around the holidays. Grace goes home and runs into a previous crush. She somehow finds love, and they have to make a long-distance relationship work. What will they do?
Grace is a surgical resident at a hospital. Unfortunately, her job is strenuous, and she sees people she may have met at their worst. She is not patiently waiting in line for coffee when a stranger lets her go first. He says it is for karma and not for being a gentleman and saves her nonetheless.
She got a week off work and didn’t know what to do with herself. So she goes home to her mom’s house. She runs into a high-school
Jock, she had a crush on but also hated. We also get Clay’s point of view.
Forget the humans; I want to know more about this dog, Crash. Crash has a ton of personality and gets into so much trouble, but who could resist a sweet puppy. Grace and Clay get steamy as Grace wants to forget after revealing her emotions and sadness to him. Wow, what a Christmas break, but how do they do long-distance for work?
I love how this book ends. It is so sweet. A perfect sweet short story with memorable characters, especially Crash. This book is part of a series of short stories called Coming Home.
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