This book was so good! I really enjoyed reading it even if most of the characters pissed me off. It was just how they treated the main character like a drug addict when there was NO PROOF at all except for the one OD that had her waking up in the hospital at the beginning of the book. One OD does not make an addict. She goes to her old best friend for legal help and he treats her like crap, but he treats every other woman in his life with genuine care and respect. He does get her an investigator and that helps her case. The twist at the end with who did everything to her and her family makes me sooooo mad. I saw it coming but still it made me want to punch the people in the face lol.
Three Seconds To Rush
Tara Shiloh knows she’s not a drug addict. She’s positive she’s a good mother and hard worker. So why is she in an alley with a needle in her arm? Waking up in the hospital without her son is terrifying. Being told she can’t have him back nearly crushes her. With her memory spotty and the circumstances incriminating, Tara must fight to learn the truth and wrestle with the idea that maybe her son is better off without her.
Reid Holliston defends guilty people for a living and it's slowly killing him. He’s certain there is no such thing as a truly blameless client anymore. When his phone rings with a voice from his childhood his jaded views make him certain Tara is just one more criminal claiming innocence. But even his skepticism isn’t enough to keep him away.
Best friends from a lifetime ago, the two must find a way to trust each other again in spite of how the years apart have changed them. Can a promise made in childhood be enough to save them both?