Fall in love, and it might change everything. Your plans, your future, you. Maybe even your politics.
Kate has taught French to dozens of people, but she has never met anyone like Brad, a diplomat who teaches her to love America and follow her dreams. But an ambiguous friendship in Brad’s past casts a shadow over what could be between them.
Years later, as she reminisces from Washington DC, she wonders if they each made the right choices with their lives. By 2035, she is a US Senator, enduring attacks from the opposition as she fights for a paid parental leave bill.
Inevitable explores the age-old question: is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all? And if your pain has the potential to lead indirectly to good for thousands, millions, of people, is it worth it?
Note to HarperCollins editor/reader: this book fits best in the women's fiction genre (not chick lit, and not traditional romance). Looking forward to your comments!