That’s what Nina Fontaine’s best friend tells her when she moves from the suburbs to New York City following her divorce. As much as Nina appreciates the dating advice, she’s not interested. At forty-five, she’s spent the last fifteen years trying to fit in as a suburban wife. Now she just wants to settle into her new apartment, find a job that will stretch her savings, and figure out what the rest of her life is going to look like.
But that’s before she meets Liam McAlister.
A photojournalist who’s traveled the globe, Liam is gorgeous and smart — not to mention fifteen years younger than Nina.
And he isn’t the only man vying for Nina’s attention.
Rich and powerful, Jack Morgan is Liam’s polar opposite. In spite of Nina’s protests, Jack rolls out the big guns to court her, from black tie galas to last minute trips to Paris.
Both men are determined to win her. As they contribute to her reinvention in different way, Nina begins to walk a very unfamiliar tightrope. When their passion escalates to a shocking climax, Nina must accept that she may have fallen too hard, too soon — and make a decision that will change her life forever.