Not Your Fault, By Cheyanne Young

Delaney has a job she loves and a boyfriend who loves her. Working the night shift at a local gym has given her buns of steel and enough endorphins to deal with the ninth anniversary of her brother’s death. When a new owner takes over the gym, Delaney’s forgotten past comes somersaulting back at her. Kris Payne isn’t just her new boss, he’s her ex-boyfriend from high school and he’s got a smile that’s as cocky as he is gorgeous.Delaney has no business being attracted to the womanizing, muscular man from her past. She tries to ignore his flirtatious nature, and the fact that she has a boyfriend isn’t the thing she feels guilty about. In fact, being in a relationship bothers her a lot less than it should. After all, she can always ditch the boyfriend, but she can’t ditch Kris’ involvement in her brother’s death.
Delany has been in a 6 (or 1) year relationship that she’s not happy with, and not only that she finds out that the gym she works at has been sold.  When she goes to meet the new owners she is completely shocked to find out that it is her ex, the man who is responsible for the death of her brother. With everything happening she is torn on what to do with her future, but she decides to stay working at the gym and falling in love.

Be warned that this book does have cheating happening in it, and even though I don’t approve of that, I still enjoyed this story.  It’s a really quick read with good characters and story line.