This book makes you that anything you post or others post about you will stay online forever and this can destroy your career as well as your whole life. We meet college professor Mallory Fredrick who loves her job, but a web of lies and a social media attack which lead for the college where she taught to force a sabbatical leave on her causing her to move from a city she loves and calls her home.
Then we meet Alec O’Donnell, who with three other college friends started four guys a moving company. He always tries to help to make his clients as comfortable as possible while moving for one place to another, just like therapy in a way. However, when Mallory Fredrick called for the services of his company, Alec could hear that Mallory is feeling more things than what she’s trying to explain to him and that warms something inside him.
It’s an easy fluffy read with a mini road trip and a dash of romance to tie it in one perfect bow since it’s set in the holiday season. If you sit and read between the lines, this book has a lot of meaning in today’s life been that we live on social media. I gave Coming Home (Texas Sisters #2) by Audrey Wick a rating of three out of five stars.