Grant long ago gave up on a relationship with Leo Garner. After all Leo left him for a movie star, and who can compete with that? But now, Leo’s back with his adorable, genius daughter in tow, leaving Grant consumed by three important questions:
1) Did Leo come home looking for a fresh start without the movie star?
2) Does he want a do-over with Grant too?
3) Why else would Leo be hanging around Grant’s hospital so much anyway?
The attraction between Grant and Leo is undeniable, and soon their affection reignites as well. But will their luck hold out through health scares and family drama so they can find their happy ending at last?
Review: This one took me a little while to get into. The time skips back and forth were a little jarring for me. It was confusing because I didn't expect it. But once I got past that, I really enjoyed this story. I love Grant. I like his witty and sarcastic nature, his blunt demeanor, and the fact that at least for a while he was cynical and stuck to it. Leo took a minute to grow on me, just because he's the one that left and kept Grant all cynical. The kid, Lucky, makes up for that. Then his illnesses and his determination to be happy despite being sick made me warm up to him. By the end, I was happy they ended up together.