Emily Simon is a pro at reading body language. Well, she would have to be in her line of work, which is counseling and therapy. One day, her brother rooks her into counseling a police officer friend with possible PTSD. Turns out he was the hottie she spotted at the coffee shop. Oh, boy!
To Emily’s refusal, her brother and sister-in-law, nonetheless, believe she’s the one that will get Mac to open up about what happened during the hostage situation. Not sure if you can do that by dating him, but Emily might consider giving it a try because he is a cutie. But she has this no-dating-a-cop rule because of her fear of losing people she loves (all started with her parents’ death in a car crash – she was driving).
Both have their issues and personal demons, and it was nice that they could lean on each other for comfort, peace, and solace. The whole purpose of “Talk to Me” was to open up about your feelings and just letting it out, rather than let it consume you.
Story was well-written and characters were endearing and lovable.
My rating: 5 stars