Ben Evans's plans have changed, and he's heading home for some much-needed rest and relaxation during his off-season in the major leagues. Upon arriving at his DC apartment, however, Ben is shocked to find Maya — his sister's friend, who he hardly knows — in residence. He soon finds himself trapped between protecting his above-reproach reputation and searching for a way to help a woman he is coming to admire. When Maya's fight to survive her disease becomes more complicated than ever, she and Ben scheme an extreme solution to her predicament that tests to what lengths they're willing to go together to save Maya's life.
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By Lucy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Beautifully written, poignant love story. Like all of Traci Hunter Abramson's books, it should come with a warning to readers: Don't start reading unless you have time to read it straight through. Once I started on the first page, I couldn't put it down until I was finished. The moment it ended, I wanted to start the adventure all over again.
By Shauna, Submitted on 2015-02-25
What a PHENOMENAL read!
SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
Maya has cancer and her only chance of surviving is a trial clinic in Washington, DC.
She has no money...she has no family...she has no way to do it...
Then her best friend, Kari, gives her hope in saying that she knows of an empty apartment just a few blocks from the hospital.
What she doesn't tell Maya is that the apartment belongs to her brother, Ben, and she hasn't asked for his permission.
So what happens when Ben comes home months earlier than expected?
Ben was suppose to stay in California during his off-season.
But he quickly became tired of the LA scene and his girlfriend who only wanted to be with him because he was a big baseball star.
Now he is home...only to find Maya living in his apartment.
Not wanting a scandal he turns Maya out on the street...not knowing her full story.
When the facts come into full light he pulls together a very unusual plan to help Maya.
A sweet, tender, life-altering, romance.
LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. IT.
By Wendy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is probably one of the worst books I have ever read. Painfully predictable, slow moving. I really like Traci Abramson's mysteries, but this was a very unsuccessful departure.