A new novel by the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Breathing Series . . .
What if you had a second chance to meet someone for the first time?
Cal Logan is shocked to see Nicole Bentley sitting across from him at a coffee shop thousands of miles from their hometown. After all, no one has seen or heard from her since they graduated over a year ago.
Except this girl isn’t Nicole.
She looks exactly like Cal’s shy childhood crush, but her name is Nyelle Preston and she has no idea who he is. This girl is impulsive and daring, her passion for life infectious. The complete opposite of Nicole. Cal finds himself utterly fascinated-and falling hard. But Nyelle is also extremely secretive. And the closer he comes to finding out what she’s hiding, the less he wants to know.
When the secrets from the past and present collide, one thing becomes clear: Nothing is what it seems.
Our actions not only just create an impact towards ourselves but also towards the people we love and care about.
After years of not communicating with each other and nobody seeing her since graduation, Cal Logan is shocked to see his childhood crush, Nicole Bentley, sitting across him at a coffee shop. He swears that this girl is Nicole. Everything about her screams Nicole. So how come that this girl showed no sign of recognition of him? But that thing got answered immediately when “Nicole” introduced herself as Nyelle Preston. What?
Cal’s sure that something’s shady about this girl and he plans to unravel this mysterious cloak that covers up Nyelle. As he spent more time with Nyelle’s company, he noticed that the girl he’s with is completely the opposite of how he’s childhood crush is. What happened and where is the “real” Nicole? Could Nyelle Preston possibly be the Nicole Bentley from his childhood years? Is he right of thinking that kind of thing? But if she’s this Nyelle Preston now, what drove her into changing herself to the complete opposite of her old self? If ever, is he ready to know everything behind this huge change?