Aaron’s in dire straits, his fiancée has walked out on him, he can’t find a roommate, and he hates his number-crunching job. Who does he complain to? His best friend, the one who knows him the best, Harmony. Harmony listens patiently to Aaron, but deep inside wishes he would see her, really see her for who she is, not just a friend, but a woman.
This story is really a two-for, you get two love stories in one book. This story is intricately woven together to make a tapestry that is filled with truth, heartache, love, compassion, and forgiveness. If you have ever felt like you didn’t quite measure up, or weren’t quite good enough, you will commiserate with Harmony, and later Aaron, as they both find out some very important lessons of love. This is a very good read, I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good romance.