Jordan Weston never felt alone with a basketball in one hand. Then she got hurt. The roar of the crowd faded away and so did the friends. Her lonely, small town world is blown wide open by the arrival of a breath of fresh air called Taylor Reeves. Gorgeous, wild...confusing.Bouncing from one town to another in the wake of her father's ministry, Taylor has learned to keep her wildest outlets a secret--especially her history with other women. She knows why the naive Jordan is wary but can't seem to stay away.Is there any point to starting something that can never last?
In addition to published poetry and short stories, Riley Scott is a grant and press writer with a degree in journalism. A chunk of life spent in the Bible Belt has given her a close-up look at the struggle for balance between love and church, home and state. She is a proud New Mexican with a strong love for green chile and lively literature.