Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
One year ago, Callie Harding was the star of the Redwood High gymnastics team. Now, she’s just trying to forget that her Olympic dreams were stolen from her in one failed landing. Most of all, she wants to forget her first love, Ty. That part of her life is over and she’s sure she has got something good with Scott… even if he doesn’t exactly understand her passion for sports.
But when Callie is persuaded to take on the position of assistant coach of the gymnastics team, Ty and Callie are thrown together almost nightly, and she’s forced to confront her memories of the night everything changed. As things get tense on and off the balance beam, Callie must find a way to stay strong. But is forgetting her accident – and forgetting Ty – the best way to do that?
Great start for a first book. I loved it. We’re introduced to Callie. She has had her dreams shattered by one little mistake. We go along with her as she tries to put it behind her and move on. Ty enters the picture. He was her first love. She has to deal with him as well as her relationship with Scott. Working with Ty forces her to face her past and deal with it. I look forward to reading more books by Heather. I would highly recommend it to others.
Heather Smith is a student of English and History at University of Washington in Seattle. She works as a senior editor at Entranced Publishing, with the Kissed and Entranced imprints. In her free time, Heather loves to ride horses and watch Disney movies. She would like to travel the world one day, and Europe would be her first stop.
Heather’s first book “Balancing Act” will be published in 2014 by Entranced Publishing. You can find out more about Heather and what the future holds at the links below.