After a shocking loss, successful attorney Mia Saunders makes the vow to never again depend on anyone—especially men. Two years later and now living in Seattle, she’s thrown for a loop when her absent father dies and leaves her his multimillion-dollar law firm. With no choice but to take over the business, Mia must return to New York City and face all that is waiting for her there. Things aren’t as simple as they seem though, with an old flame reemerging in her life and threatening everything she’s built since leaving. A new love interest offers stability but comes with consequences attached from Mia’s past; neither are what she needs right now if she wants to keep this second chance at life . . .
For who is this book for ?
This book is for someone who likes mystery, thriller and suspense books.
- The author has a beautiful way with words that sucks you in and keeps you hooked until the very end.
- The story is unpredictable, keeping you on your toes the entire time.
- Mia Saunders is an incredibly strong female protagonist who makes mistakes but always tries to learn from them
- The book may be predictable.
- The love interest could be a distraction from the main plot line.
- Mia’s past may overshadow her present story line
Learn more about the author
M. Robinson believes life is about taking chances. She also believes in love, second chances, and fighting for what’s right. Mia Saunders has a lot to fight for: her independence, her reputation, and most importantly her chance at a new life. After losing everything in a sudden tragedy two years ago Mia sets out determined not to rely on anyone ever again–especially men But when she inherits her father’s law firm Mia must return to New York City face all that is waiting for her there including an old flame who wants nothing more than to see her fail.
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