The last thing Brighton Starling needed on one of the most humiliating days of her life was to run into her ex…
Naturally, she did. And two years after he walked away, leaving her hurt and broke, he somehow managed to look better than ever. Of course.
She didn’t want to see him, let alone speak to him, but apparently, he wasn’t going to give her a choice.
All Sebastian Figures wanted was to talk to the one that got away…
No, scratch that. The one he drove away with poor decisions and lies, big and small.
She might have been having a bad day, but she was still the bright, beautiful girl he’d been missing for far too long. His brightest star. Still the only girl he’d ever want. If only he could convince her of that.
Is it too late to say sorry?
Sebastian wants a chance to win back Brighton’s trust—and her future.
Brighton wants to be able to move on from the past, once and for all.
But neither of them want to say one final goodbye…
I generously received this ARC from Give Me Books in exchange for an honest review…
This was a story not only about forgiveness, but about second chances. I have always been a fan of a second chance romance so I was super excited to get my hands on this one and let me just say that I was not disappointed! Learning that it is okay to love someone again, someone who has wronged you one too many times isn’t easy, but I am so glad that these two made it work. I adored the mix of emotions that I experience while reading this story! Brighton and Sebastian shows readers that second chances can be just as perfect as first loves. In some ways I think that this kind of romance makes the couples work harder to prove that they belong together once and for all!
When I found out that this was the author’s debut novel I was surprised because it was not only well written, but it was certainly well developed. I loved everything about it and I can’t wait to see what the author comes up with next!
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About B. Cranford
B. Cranford is a proud Australian living in the USA, a lover of books, breadsticks and bed, and the mother of two children who are far too similar to their father for her liking. A lifelong reader, she dove into the romance genre on the recommendation of her best friend and hasn’t looked back since. After three years as a blogger, she decided it was high time she finally finished one of the 12,002 books she’d started writing, and the end result was The Brightest Star.