Good Girl Gone Plaid by Shelli Stevens
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
In high school Sarah Rawlings fell head over heels for bad boy Ian McLaughlin. So absorbed in their relationship they didn’t believe anything could tear them apart, but one night was all it took to break each other’s heart and create an emptiness that eleven years couldn’t heal.
Sarah is back on Whidbey Island to fulfill the requirements of her grandmother’s will, she just hopes that the month she has to stay will not put her in a direct path with Ian. The first day is all it took to push Ian in her path, to get Sarah riled up, and to bring back those dormant feelings that only Ian had the ability to stir up. Ian knows he is acting like a dick when it comes to Sarah, but dammit he still loves her and wants her back. As they begin to fix a fractured friendship they both find out that the reasons they believed for breaking up were not as clear cut as they thought and a buried secret is about to be exposed, possibly destroying them forever.
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