Grace Barnum’s life is precariously balanced on sensible choices and uncomfortable compromise. She dutifully edits textbooks that, she fears, may be more harmful than helpful to kids. She is engaged to a patent attorney who is sturdy and reliable. She has a cautious relationship with her fascinating father, a renowned New York artist. And she prefers her mom slightly drunk.
Always a planner, Grace feels prepared for most eventualities. Until the responsibility-challenged Tyler Wilkie shows up. Fresh in town from the Poconos, Tyler has warm eyes, a country drawl, and a smile that makes Grace drop things. Worst of all, he writes devastating songs. About her. Tyler reaches something in Grace, something she needs but can’t admit to. Something she wants but won’t succumb to. Tyler Wilkie loves Grace Barnum and ruins everything. And Grace grows.
I loved the characters and the storyline. Once I started I couldn't turn it off. I wasn't crazy about the guy doing the singing. He just sounded older then what I thought Tys character would have sounded.