Will a woman with a different perspective help a sullen older man realize how great life could be?
Known for years as Alan, the loveable second fiddle on a popular comedy show, I’m more than happy to put that chapter of my life far behind me. When I break my leg, the caregiver the center sends is my gorgeous, funny, next-door neighbor, and apparently my biggest fan. She makes me laugh and smile like I haven’t in years, but she wants the character I played, not me.
He’s surly, huffy, and got me fired. He’s nothing like the man I adored watching for years. Life’s far too short to be unhappy, something I wish he would realize before it’s too late. Even though he’s not who I thought he was, I can’t help being drawn to the man he is.