That’s the question Daniels has been asked many times by her guardian Sarah, but she’s managed to avoid answering thus far. While that question remains up in the air, a new question has arisen in the form of Tyler.
Tyler’s ex-girlfriend, Roxie.
No one is willing to explain why Tyler has been seen with her, not even Tyler, and Daniels starts having doubts about everything. Will Roxie step back into Tyler’s life or did she ever leave?
The McGuire brothers told her to trust them. Shouldn’t they do the same?
On top of all of that, a detective from the past shows up, and flashbacks leave Daniels uneasy. The old adage, “When the fire gets hot, jump out of the water,” rings in her ears, but will she do it?
With no driver’s license, no job, and no cash, she wants to make changes in her life, but so does another McGuire brother. While Tucker is busy casting doubts about Tyler and trying to become her constant shadow, he also is offering her a lifeline.
The question is... will she take it?
This third book in the series filled more like a filler type of book than anything. Daniels is having issues brought back about the case against her family, and then the guys are acting strange. Add in to the fact that she has a new kind of stalker and things are very complicated. I liked this one, but it wasn't that great. I was annoyed with the misunderstanding that happened between Daniels and the guys. That was just frustrating, but slightly funny when the truth came out. Other than that I'm interested in finding out what happens next.