Ten years ago, a rubber chicken
black-tie event sat Reese Harmer next to Chad Varaday.
Passion burned bright and attraction became commitment as
they decided to leave the East Coast to begin a new life
together on the West Coast.
Something happened however on the night
they planned to fly out from JFK. From missed communication
to false messages their love was destroyed.
It took time, a long time, but Chad is
now over Reese. At least he thinks so, until an unexpected
glance in a Las Vegas hotel brings it all back. Should they
even bother trying to figure out what went wrong or keep
going their own way? The burn is still there between them
but so much time is gone. It's just an evening drink to
catch up, right?
Author Christiane France manages to convey all the pain and
hurt the characters felt a decade ago when everything went
south as well as the scars they still carry. But, while
true love can last a lifetime even with insurmountable
difficulties Reese and Chad stretch credulity in the last
pages. I'm Sorry has solid emotional depth but
their happily ever after while wonderful is questionably