Zoe is still grief stricken after suddenly losing her fiance Paul, so her best friend Kate suggests it may be time to move out of the flat they shared. Ray, from the local coffee shop, has an army friend, Neil, who is looking for a house sitter while he is stationed overseas. So Zoe moves into Neil’s home and finds herself desperate to know more about him. After exchanging some emails, she feels a connection with this stranger. I was expecting a moving story about surviving the death of the one you love. It did start out like this but eventually the storyline dragged a bit before getting completely ridiculous. Bits that should have be fleshed out, such as her new business, weren’t. Overall, it was half a good book, half not.