Skylar Preston likes to live on the edge, whether that means fast bikes or fast women. She depends on no one but herself - life has taught her one thing: no one hangs around long enough to matter. Before she can be released from the hospital after a serious motorcycle accident, she has to meet with one of the physical therapists. She doesn't like depending on others, which makes Brady Clark's role in her life obtrusive and annoying.
Both women are struggling with the ghosts of their pasts and a new relationship could be disastrous, but if they can listen to their hearts, it just might be worth the risk.
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By zenabuff on 26-11-16
I liked her other book so more then this one- but it was good too.
It's a classic store how opposites attract. The first candidate is twenty-five year old biker chick lesbian who has had an accident and tells her surgeon no PT for me, no way no How, the other is a PT with a hang up about bikers, and likes to peach about how dangerous a lifestyle they choose that kills on the road, the part she doesn't add is like they did my sister. So she has some heavy baggage toward bikers Just as the Biker has baggage against PTs so it's amazing that they not only end working together but in the process fall in love only neither will tell the other until they almost lose one of them then they can't wait to tell the other that they are in love.