It was all fun and games…until that damned stick turned blue.
Having a child in their teens was not on either of Zahra King’s or Oliver Bradford’s bucket lists, and the responsibility of it all eventually tore them apart.
Now, years later, Zahra and Oliver are adults with thriving careers successfully co-parenting their pre-teen son, Connor. Things are going well; their mutually held animosity gave way over the years to respect and cooperation, something that can’t be said about their parents nor a certain overprotective best friend who takes holding a grudge to a whole new level.
There is still tension among their families and friends, but the only thing they’re concerned about is making sure they’ve created the best life for their son.
However, something else suddenly enters the picture. Something neither of them saw coming…Love.
Love? Didn’t they learn anything the first time around?
The stakes are much higher and, if things go bad, it’s guaranteed to destroy everything they’ve worked so hard to build.
Should they keep old feelings buried and focus solely on their son? Or should they throw caution to the wind and give love a second chance?