THE CASANOVA CLUB #18
My brother thinks I need fixing…
And a rehabilitation retreat in Montana will finally be the thing that does it. I’m only agreeing to go because I can’t let him down. Not again. He’s put too much faith in me—faith I don’t deserve.
When Piper was in my life, she gave me the reprieve I needed to let down my walls and remember who I was without the alcohol or drugs.
But when she chose the cowboy and married him?
I drowned myself in vodka. My oldest friend.
I don’t deserve my brother’s faith, and I definitely don’t deserve the radiant joy the beautiful yoga instructor shares with me at the facility I now call home.
Her positivity is almost annoying, but there’s something magnetic about her, too. She’s good to her core and it’s been a long time since I looked into a pair of eyes that took my breath away.
For the first time since I lost Piper, it feels like I can finally see light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s brighter than I ever imagined.
This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.