Two years after the tragedy that took her girlfriend’s life, Tatyana has recovered enough to live, work, and be social again. She cannot imagine falling for someone else anytime soon, though.
That changes when a spunky new player joins Tatyana’s volleyball team. Tatyana becomes captivated by her new friend’s bubbly, bold personality.
As the two become close, though, Tatyana starts to notice Kris torturing herself with brutal, self-deprecating thoughts. Kris’s anxieties about her inadequacy threaten to drive a wedge between the two of them.
Tatyana wants desperately to help. But how do you help someone whose aggressor comes from within? Plus, as Tatyana attempts to address the issue, she begins to realize how much she herself has done the exact same thing.
Before either of them can heal, Tatyana will have to face someone who she has pushed out of her mind for two long years. And maybe Kris, of all people, can finally convince her to do it.
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This book starts off slow but it sped up and i enjoyed this. This was such a good book and it had LGBTQ feels. this book brings up so many topics that were addressed such as learning how to love, forgiving yourself this boo also shows and teaches how important it is to do these thngs without preaching. I definetly recommend this book and i will read other books by this author