She didn’t have to call him. She didn’t have to ask. When she needed him, whether she wanted to admit it or not, he was there. That’s what I love about Kelly. He’s capable and strong and trying to do good in a world that didn’t deal him the best hand. Almost no one gets the dream childhood you see on TV but Erin isn’t about to let that stop her from living life. A good life.
Erin and Kelly have chemistry right off the bat. I was a little hesitant at first but once the story got rolling I found myself in wrinkled from two hours in the bathtub listening. The narrator did an excellent job with the characters.
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