Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing
This was a quick, albeit heavy read. I’m not a huge fan of the lack of communication misunderstanding killing a relationship before it starts but I did like this story and the characters. The writing was really good and I liked the supporting cast – especially Lydia.
The emotion and sexual tension between Mike and Blake is off the charts. Unfortunately, they don’t do anything about it until it’s pretty much too late. They both have some growing up to do and some self-improvements to make without relying on someone else to get there. They both go through quite a bit of pain but come out stronger in the end. Blake is shy and sweet but has a strong side that only comes out when it absolutely has to. Mike is sarcastic, funny and passionate which sometimes gets him in trouble.
While this is a complete story, it looks like this is part of a series; one which I hope continues their story because it doesn’t feel finished. Definitely a story I’d recommend and look forward to what’s next in the series.
Randi has spent her entire life writing in one form or another. In fact, if she wasn’t writing, she’d likely go completely and utterly insane. Her husband has learned to recognize when the voices are talking in her head and she needs some quality time with an empty Word file (the key to a successful marriage with a writer).
She lives with her husband, daughter, and four-legged children—all of which think they are people too.
A pop-culture junkie, she has been known to have entire conversations in movie quotes and/or song lyrics.