Isaac and Eloise thought that the worst was behind them.
At last they can stop sneaking around but at what cost?
Isaac expected to lose his job and Eloise was glad to be free of her overbearing and controlling father.
What they didn't know was just how much they would lose and to Isaac it feels like everything. Life has to go on and Eloise still has to go to University. Can their relationship survive the distance on top of everything else between them, or is it time to admit they made a mistake?
Book #2 of 3 in the Distraction Trilogy.