In Malibu, I sleep late in our worn out bed. Dance to Bob Marley in the sand. Find love and peace in Paul's arms.
In Hollywood, I drink champagne and watch our chef fix dinner. I visit Stewart at work and let him take me on top of his desk.
Two separate lives. Two separate men. A woman that watched us all.
I should have known that it wouldn't work out.
**** 4 Star Review ****
I have been a Torre fan for years, however, I admit that I haven't read many of her older works. I am slowly making my way through them. I wasn't sure about this one. It wasn't the trope that scared me; it was my heart. In books like these, as a reader, I need to pick a side...
Holy heck! This book ripped me right down the middle. The characters are all likeable. I wasn't expecting that in this book. I thought for sure I would be rooting for one and hating another. Unfortunately, that is not the case with this book. By the time I reached the halfway point, I was afraid to continue. I didn't think I would be able to handle getting to the end.
In true Torre fashion, as I plugged along through the book. she through a wrench into the plot that made it even harder for me to force myself to finish. I thought I was torn, but she upped the ante with that twist. I should have at least considered it with the clues she gave, but I was so wrapped up in the story itself, I brushed the clues off.
This book is like no other love triangle book I have read. It's sweet, raw, heartwarming, heartbreaking. It is so many things. This book is definitely a book not to be passed up.