Alpha by Jasinda Wilder

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Blurb: The first time it happened, it seemed like an impossible miracle. Bills were piling up, adding up to more money than I could ever make. Mom’s hospital bills. My baby brother’s tuition. My tuition. Rent. Electricity. All of it on my shoulders. And I had just lost my job. There was no hope, no money in my account, no work to be found. And then, just when I thought all hope was lost, I found an envelope in the mail. No return address. My name on the front, my address. Inside was a check, made out to me, in the amount of ten thousand dollars. Enough to pay the bills and leave me some left over to live on until I found a job. Enough to let me focus on classes. There was no name on the check, just “VRI Inc.,” and a post office box address for somewhere in the city. No hint of identity or reason for the check or anything. No mention of repayment, interest, nothing…except a single word, on the notes line: “You.” Just those three letters.

If you receive a mysterious check, for enough money to erase all your worries, would you cash it?

I did.

The next month, I received another check, again from VRI Incorporated. It too contained a single word: “belong.”

A third check, the next month. This time, two words. Four letters. “To me.”

The checks kept coming. The notes stopped. Ten thousand dollars, every month. A girl gets used to that, real quick. It let me pay the bills without going into debt. Let me keep my baby brother in school and Mom’s hospice care paid for. How do you turn down what seems like free money, when you’re desperate? You don’t. I didn’t.

And then, after a year, there was a knock on my door. A sleek black limousine sat on the curb in front of my house. A driver stood in front of me, and he spoke six words: “It’s time to pay your debt.”

Would you have gotten in?

I did.

It turns out $120,000 doesn’t come free.

Review:

I really wanted to love this book. From the description, it sounded like it would be right up my reading alley. There is strong alpha male, intriguing premise, and hot sex. What is there not to like in this story? However, I never did end up falling in love with the book as I read it.

Alpha is the story of Kyrie, a woman who for years has put her life on hold after the murder of her father. She is young and determined, however she can never get out of the financial rut she is in. Then one day she starts receiving checks for $10,000 and she figures she has nothing to lose at this point so why not go ahead and cash them and she will deal with the consequences later. As a character I like Kyrie but I didn’t love her. Her emotions were all over the place it felt like. It was constantly a tug of war between; I want him but  I don’t trust him. I just wanted her to make up her mind and do something about it.

Although, Valentine Roth had a sexy male thing going for him, he was still a little creepy in a stalkerish kind-of way.  Their connection came on very quickly for me. Who knew being blindfolded would lead to a love connection within a few days.

Overall, the story wasn’t bad. The sexy scenes where hot if you didn’t think about the context. I loved Kyrie’s best friend and Valentines body-guard. I would love to read more of them as well. I think you will either love this book, or it will not be your cup of tea. However, you should check it out. Jasinda, is a great writer, even if this is not one of my favorite works.

amazon: http://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00IRGU5OU

 

 

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Take Two by Laurelin Paige

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Book Title: Take Two

Author: Laurelin Paige
Release Date: February 4, 2014
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Summary: He’s ready for his close up, but she’s the one calling the shots.

On the night of her graduation from film school, straight-laced Maddie Bauers fell completely out of character for an oh-my-god make-out session with a perfect stranger. Complete with the big O.

Seven years later, that romantic interlude is still fresh in her mind. That stranger is now a rich and famous actor. And she’s one very distracted camera assistant working on his latest production. She might consider another tryst…if he even remembers her.

Micah Preston does indeed remember Maddie. Too bad he’s sworn off Hollywood relationships. He allows himself as much sex as he likes—and oh, he does like—but anything more is asking for trouble. For the woman, not for him. Yet knowing Maddie could want more than a movie-set fling doesn’t stop him from pursuing her like a moth drawn to hot stage lights.

But as the shoot nears its end, it’s decision time. Is it time to call, “Cut!” on their affair, or is there enough material for a sequel?

Warning: Contains a dreamy movie star hero, a focus-pulling heroine, off-the-charts instant chemistry, steamy sex in near-public locations, and a new use for lip gloss.

Amazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/Take-Two-Laurelin-Paige-ebook/dp/B00FG2LWWM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1388620373&sr=8-1&keywords=take+two+laurelin
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iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/take-two/id716678272?mt=11
Barnes and Noble Link: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/take-two-laurelin-paige/1117029419?ean=9781619219670

About Laurelin: Laurelin Paige is the NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Fixed Trilogy. She’s a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there’s kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. Her husband doesn’t seem to complain, however. When she isn’t reading or writing sexy stories, she’s probably singing, watching Mad Men and the Walking Dead, or dreaming of Adam Levine.

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Review:

There are many book out that feature your classic girl meets famous actor, famous actor falls in love with girl. However, not many of those girls are strong independent women that stand up for themselves. This is my first time reading Laurelin Paige, and if she keeps writing stories like “Take Two” I will keep reading them. Although, on the outside “Take Two” might seem like your typical hollywood romance there are slight changes that keep the story fresh and new. With a strong female lead, a sexy actor and a lot of chemistry what is there not to love.

The story starts of in Maddie Bauers point of view, she is at a party on her college graduation night. She is focused and career oriented. A chance meeting and a strong chemistry with a boy name Micah lead her to drop her inhibitions and throw caution to the wind for a moment. Although, nothing comes of it, this meeting does leave a lasting impression. Cut to seven years later. Micah is now a famous actor and Maddie is a camera assistant and they meet again working on the same film.

What I loved about Maddie, is that she never lets Micah’s celebrity be a reason in her action towards him. His celebrity doesn’t affect her and she is not afraid to value herself and tell him no. She has a lot of chemistry with Micah but she does not allow herself to just give into that chemistry and become another just another mindless woman in his bed. I love how she takes pride in her work, and is career oriented. Micah, on the one hand is charming and dedicated to his job. However he is also stubborn and set in his ways of thinking about relationships. There is nice character growth throughout the story. It is also fun how Laurelin Paige makes indirect references to Hollywood greats.

I really enjoyed this read. If you are wanting a good time I would recommend “Take Two”.

5star

 

Crash (The Outlaw #2) By Nicole James

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Blurb:

When outlaw biker Tyler “Crash” Shaw volunteers his services to his club brother, Cole Austin, VP of the Evil Dead MC, he suddenly finds himself a rich girl’s bodyguard and babysitter. Well, it’s a bitch of a job, but maybe he can have a little fun with it. He thinks he’ll get a kick out of teaching the pampered stuck-up girl a lesson or two on how the other half lives. She can cook and clean for him in exchange for his help. No free ride for her. He intends to teach her that money can’t buy her way through life.

The world saw a classy pulled-together wealthy lady. All he saw was a spoiled little rich girl. A troublemaker, that’s all she was to him. Until she revealed the shattered girl inside that tried so hard to hide her weaknesses and fears with a façade of arrogance, attitude, and sass.

He’d tear down those walls she tried so hard to build, if only she’d let him.

Could the love of a man so wrong for her be the only one to save her?

And in his darkest hour, would her love be enough to save him?

From the MC’s California charter in San Jose, to the casinos and brothels of Reno, to brother charters in the Deep South, this story will take you on a ride of highs and lows that lead ultimately to redemption.

Review:

Sometimes there are books or series that you can’t stop thinking about. Months or years can go by, but that one scene will pop into your head and you will want to re-read that scene. The book might not be perfect, but there are moments of greatness that capture your imagination and won’t let go. The Outlaw series by Nicole James are one of those types of books.

I first read the first book in the series  “Outlaw” over a year ago, and there are scenes that I revisit from time to time because I love them so much. Cole and Angel were the introduction into the MC club out of San Jose, California and Shannon and Crash story takes us deeper into this world of sexy motorcycle outlaws. Shannon and Crash, what can I say about them other than I loved them. They are from two different worlds but they just fit. The way Crash takes care of Shannon made me swoon. The way their love for each other grew didn’t feel forced. It just grew organically.

“I’ll be the first to admit it wasn’t love at first sight. Lust? Hell, yeah. No doubt about it, but not love. Maybe not even like, but she changed all that.”

My only issue with the book was the transition between scenes. There were times where it felt that a scene was inserted just for introducing a character for the next book. Although the scene made sense, its place in the book did not, it just felt forced at times. There were moments with the secondary characters whose history just came out of left field. It was very much; here is a character, here is their back story told within a chapter. However, you don’t understand why a whole chapter is being devoted for that character because you haven’t spent enough time with them to care about their history. In addition, the way that Shannon dealt with some of the situations she was placed in or the emotional results of the actions she took felt a little rushed. I would have loved some more emotional and mental turmoil on Shannon’s part, because what she went through I can’t imagine she would have gotten over it in a week which is what the story made it sound like.

Even though there were these slight flaws, I still loved this book. Nicole James just knows how to write couples. It has been a few days since I finished reading and I am still thinking about Crash and Shannon. I keep imagining what their children would be like and what other crazy situations they would find themselves in and how the MC would all rally around to help them out. The story might have ended,  but it still continues in my mind and in the end that is what a great story is all about.

amazon: http://amzn.com/B00J0KYFSO

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After This Night (Seductive Nights #2) by Lauren Blakely

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Blurb: Their world was passion, pleasure and secrets.

Far too many secrets. But Clay Nichols can’t get Julia Bell out of his mind. He’s so drawn to her, and to the nights they shared, that he can’t focus on work or business. Only her. And she’s pissing him off with her hot and cold act. She has her reasons though–she’s trying to stay one step ahead of the trouble that’s been chasing her for months now, thanks to the criminal world her ex dragged her into. If only she can get out of this mess, then maybe she can invite the man who ignites her back in her life, so she can have him–heart, mind and body.

He won’t take less than all of her, and the full truth too. When he runs into her again at her sister’s wedding, they have a second chance but she’ll have to let him all the way in. And they’ll learn just how much more there is to the intense sexual chemistry they share, and whether love can carry them well past the danger of her past and into a new future, after this night…

Review:

This is a sexy, sexy conclusion to Julia and Clay’s story. This story picks up right after “Night After Night” (Seductive Nights #1) ends. Questions that were left unresolved in the first book are tied up in “After This Night”. Lauren Blakely brings her A game in writing a satisfying conclusion to Julia and Clay’s story.

Julia and Clay are better than ever in this book. There is another level of intimacy that develops between these two characters that wasn’t there in the first book. The bedroom scenes are still top-notch. Lauren Blakely sure knows how to write a bedroom scene. In addition to the steamy action, I love how the story develops. Insecurities come into the fore front in this story. The way that Julia and Clay deal with their past experiences and how that shapes their present is interesting to read. There is never a dull moment in “After This Night”. Favorite characters, couples, locations (a certain tattoo shop) from other Lauren Blakely novels make appearances.  It was really fun to read those moments and know the extra history behind those scenes. You don’t have to read Lauren Blakely’s book catalogue to enjoy “Night After Night” however it does make it more fun, and gives you a feel that you are in the know.

If you haven’t read the first book in the series make sure you read it before “After This Night”. That is the only book you have to read before you read this one. If you are looking for a book with steamy romance, and bedroom scenes that are off the charts, then this is series is for you.

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00JG8FMT6

5star

 

Stolen Course (Wrecked and Ruined #2) by Aly Martinez

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Blurb:

I fell in love with Manda Baker eight years ago, and I loved her to the core of her soul. We were supposed to have that elusive happily ever after and spend a lifetime together. But that was all before she was STOLEN from me.

Her best friend, Sarah Erickson, killed her. It wasn’t intentional. It was far worse. Everyone claims it was just an accident, but I can see through the lies. Even if it’s with my dying breath, I will make her pay for what she did.

Fate hates me. It robbed me of my first love and left me to navigate through this world emotionless and numb. Then, one day, spiteful fate gave me a woman to fill my shattered soul and make me feel again. It gave me Emma Jane Erickson. Now I spend my days searching for the answers that will ruin Sarah and my nights falling in love with her sister—the one person who is bound and determined to save her.

But what happens when everything you know to be true explodes around you? Who will be left to pick up the pieces, and who will need to be saved from the wreckage?

 

Review:

Aly Martinez knocked this book out of the park. If you have read the first book in the Wrecked and Ruined series you are familiar with Caleb Jones. You don’t have to read the first book to fall in love with him, but I would recommend it because 1. it is a really great book and 2. You get a lot more history about they dynamics coming into play in this book.

Caleb Jones is a man holding on to anger and hate steaming from one event that stole the life he knew and planned. He is a man stuck, with no one able to offer him the answers he needs to move on. Then Emma Jane Erickson come into the picture she is the first person to pull him out of his hate spiral. However, if you know these characters history you will ask yourself how will it ever work out for them? This book is about love overcoming hate, about letting go and learning to forgive.

Caleb and Emma’s chemistry is amazing throughout the entire book. You can’t help rooting for them. They bring out the best in each other. Love how Caleb is sometimes a jerk but Emma sets him straight. As a couple they compliment each other really well. There is a lightness that Emma brings out of Caleb that makes him even more endearing, if that is even possible. By the end you will want to have a best friend like Emma and your own Caleb Jones.

If you read the first book, you will recognize a lot of the secondary characters. It was great to catch up with them and delve into their stories and history a bit more. Aly does a nice job of intertwining the first two books in the series, and although it is not necessary to read the first book to get ” Stolen Course” it does make the reading experience more enjoyable.

I highly recommend this book. It captures my heart from the first page and held me captive until the last period. I can’t wait to get more from Aly Martinez. I feel like she is going to end up becoming a power house writer.

5star

Reasonable Doubt: Volume 2 (Reasonable Doubt #2) by Whitney Garcia Williams

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Blurb:

She lied to me…

She betrayed the one rule that I’m most adamant about: Honesty. Complete and utter fucking honesty .

I really wish she was someone else—someone who didn’t have the ability to make me feel, someone I could easily discard like the hundreds of women before her.

She isn’t.

I’m drawn to her like I’ve never been drawn to a woman before—completely captivated by the very sight of her. But unfortunately, with my past slowly re-surfacing for all of the world to see, I’ll have to find a way to let her go.

She can never be mine.

Review:

Woohoo, a sequel that met my expectations. Sometimes when you finish a book and it leaves you with a cliffhanger the sequel just does not live up to your hopes. This is not the case for Reasonable Doubt #2. Whitney Garcia William has done a seamless job of taking off right were the last book left off and not missing a beat with the story. It was a smooth transition from one story to the next and I loved every moment of reading it.

In Reasonable Doubt #2 we learn more about Andrew’s back story. You are left feeling intrigued, and will be clamoring for the third book in the series to come out. There is no reason to talk about the sex in this book because it is just as steamy as the last. What the dancer in me loved the most about this book was the slight glimpses into the dancer world. Lets face it, dancers can get a little crazy, rivalries are formed and that can make for a great story line. I definitely saw glimpses of this in Reasonable Doubt #2 and I am hoping to see more in the third book. I really am enjoying Aubrey’s dance background dance story line.

Reading this review, you might be disappointed that I didn’t go more in-depth about the story line. However, this is a book you just have to read and experience every single moment. Once you start you will devour it within a few hours because you won’t be able to put it down. If you love Reasonable Doubt #1 you will love Reasonable Doubt #2 , it was another great read.

Amazon:  http://amzn.to/Tkk4OR

5star

Review: Strings of the Heart (Runaway Train #3) by Katie Ashley

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Blurb:

Twenty year old, Allison Slater has been in love with her brother’s bandmate, Rhys McGowan, since she was fifteen years old. But to him, she’ll always be Jake’s little sister and off limits. Now a college sophomore and licking her wounds from a bad breakup, she sets her sights on making Rhys see her as someone he could date…maybe even love. Her opportunity comes when Rhys visits his parents in Savannah where she is attending college. But the night she’s dreamed of turns to heart-break, and she realizes she’ll never be the one for Rhys.

For Rhys McGowan, his nightmare began when he woke up, naked and hung-over, next to his bandmate’s little sister. Unable to remember a thing from the previous night, he only makes matters worse by lying to Allison about not being interested in her. The truth is he’s spent the last year to ignore his body’s reaction whenever Allison is around. His resolve is tested when Allison comes on tour with Runaway Train, as both Jake and Abby’s nanny and to fulfill her fashion design internship. The more time he spends with her in the close quarters of the bus, the harder it is for him to resist.

Will Rhys realize that having a relationship with Allison is worth fighting for even if it means that he has to fight his best friend for a chance?

Review:

If you are not familiar with Katie Ashley’s Runaway series do yourself a favor and get familiar. Once you start reading you will not be able to put the books down, and “Strings of the Heart” the third book in the series is no different. The book reads at a fast pace, but nothing feels incomplete. Favorite characters from the earlier books make appearances, and you get to catch glimpses at what their lives have become. Katie Ashley has created a dynamic duo in Rhys and Allison and what I love is that by the end I had a new favorite couple in this series.

Rhys is the bass player in the band Runaway Train. He had been mentioned in other books but never truly featured.   So when all his quirky character traits and his emotional hold backs come to life, you can’t but help fall in love with his character. There is something about Rhys that is just charming, adorable and sexy that you just want to shake him silly when he denies himself because of his emotional hang ups. With Allison he really opens up, and can be himself and it is just a great romance to see develop.

Allison, now she is force to be reckoned with. She is a girl who knows what she wants and will fight for it. However, she will not be a pushover, and she knows when to put her foot down. I really enjoyed her character. She fit nicely into the group dynamic of the Runaway Train family.

This was another great installment to this series. I can’t wait to see what else Katie Ashley comes up with. Her books are a joy to read.

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00J3Z4E4G

5star

Searching For Perfect (Searching For #2) by Jennifer Probst

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Blurb:

The up-and-coming matchmaking agency Kinnections is the hottest thing to hit Verily, New York—just like Kennedy Ashe, social director for the service she owns with her two best girlfriends. A coach, consultant, and cheerleader rolled into one super-sizzling package, Kennedy creates dream dates, encourages singles to shine, and never refuses a challenge—not even Nate Ellison Raymond Dunkle, rocket scientist, nerd extraordinaire, and Kennedy’s newest client.

Kennedy vows to work her magic and transform this hot mess in a lab coat with a disastrous relationship track record into the most wanted man on the Verily dating scene. If only she could turn the wand on herself . . .

Though she radiates confidence and sex appeal, Kennedy harbors deep-seated insecurities from a tormented past and lifelong struggle with weight issues. When she realizes she and Nate are cut from the same cloth and might be perfect together, can Kennedy learn to let her heart lead the way? Or will her fears sentence her to the sidelines as Nate finds love—with someone else?

Review:

Oh my, oh my who would have thought a “nerd” could be so sexy. “Searching For Perfect” the second book in the Searching For series by Jennifer Probst , makes you want to look for your own “rocket scientist”. This book was as delicious as her other books. “Searching For Perfect” was a great blend of nerdy, sweet and sexy, and it had a great message of embracing and loving all parts of ones self.

If you read the first book in the series you will be familiar with Kennedy. She is a makeover guru who is afraid of commitment. She has a great network of friends but a past filled with self-doubt and loathing has kept her from letting anyone in. Then Nate comes into the picture. Oh, Nate! You will not find another character more endearing than him. He is looking for love and to find someone to spend of the rest of his life with, but he is doing it all wrong. From a Cosmo magazine survey, to relationship advice from his commitment-phobe brother he just doesn’t have a clue, and that is what is going to make you fall in love with his character. It is not instant love between Kennedy and Nate, but a nice slow build. They are a couple that you can really root for.

I love Jennifer Probst writing. She will always leave you feeling good with a better outlook on life, and love. If you are looking for an uplifting romance that will fill your heart with joy, then look no farther than “Searching For Perfect”.

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00BSBVIHE

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For King and Country (The Royals Saga #1) by Geneva Lee

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Blurb:

When he kissed me, I was shocked. He was a stranger and still so familiar. It wasn’t until I woke up to my picture splashed on the cover of tabloids that I realized I knew who he was.

Prince Alexander of Cambridge.

Royal bad boy.

Exiled heir to the throne.

He isn’t Prince Charming. He’s controlling. He’s demanding. He’s dangerous. And I can’t say no to him.

We both have secrets—secrets that could tear us apart or drive us closer together—and as the paparazzi exposes each one, I have to decide just how far I’m willing to go for King and Country.

For readers 18 and up due to mature, erotic scenarios.

Review:

A modern-day fairytale; what is there not to love? If you love monarch drama, Prince William and Kate’s  romance tossed in with a bunch of sexy, then this book is for you. “For King and Country” is a tale about a prince with a dark side and an “American” girl who catches his eye. Geneva Lee’s debut novel is a sexy erotica that will leave you craving more of the two main characters. What I love about this book what there was a lot of back story and character development. Sometimes you read an erotic tale and it is sex on every page. While that is nice, sometimes you need and want to get to know your characters. Geneva Lee really finds the right balance between the two.

Alexander is one sexy prince with a dark, brooding side. He is all demanding alpha male, and he takes what he wants in the bedroom.  Chained to life without escape, and a past laced with tragedy, he finds his release in Clara. Each encounter will leave you wanting more, however there are many obstacles in their way. Clara is starting to find her way in the world, when she is pulled into Alexander’s sphere. She is stronger than she thinks, and is a very relatable character. There is electricity in the air the moment they meet. Their chemistry is off the charts.  However, the question about how can they be together when everything and everyone around them is trying to tear them apart is certainly raised.

“For King and Country” is one sexy soap opera (and I mean that with praise), and I love every moment of it. I will eagerly be awaiting the next installment in this series, because I’m dying to find out what happens next. I know I have found a new author to follow in Geneva Lee.

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00K5CASSM

5star

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Changing Course (Wrecked and Ruined #1) By Aly Martinez

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I met Sarah Kate Erickson when I was twenty-one years old. I was lucky enough to keep her for seven years before a tragic accident stole her from me. She didn’t die, but sometimes I think it would have been easier if she had.

I lived in a haze for those four years after the accident. Catering to her every need, even though she hated the very sight of my face. I tried to hold on to her and the future that we were supposed to build together. But you can’t hold on to someone that doesn’t exist anymore.

It wasn’t until I met Jesse Addison, a barista at the local coffee shop, that I realized I didn’t just lose Sarah that tragic night, I lost myself as well. Jesse taught me how to let go of the past and learn to love again. But what happens when your past haunts your present and the woman you used to love refuses to accept the woman you can’t live without?

 

Review:

Life doesn’t always turn out like you plan. You are living the dream, friends, family, love and in a blink of an eye your world can be turned upside. You are left without direction, for there is no way to go back to the way things were and no foreseeable way to move forward.  “Changing Course” by Aly Martinez is a great read about one man’s journey on how he moves on once his life is taken of course.

Brett Sharp had it all. He found the love of his life in Sarah. He was happy, he had his  future all mapped out. They were going to have children and a white picket fence and it was going to be beautiful and amazing, until one tragic accident strips that away from him. In the beginning of “Changing Course, Brett is trapped in a life that makes him miserable. He is unable to let go of the woman he loves , and unable to move on. That all changes when he meets Jesse.

Brett’s life is complicated, however with Jesse he finds a person who he can move on with. Brett is a great guy and you will fall in love with him because he is a man of integrity. What he lives through and how he stands by the person he loved is so honorable that you will hate the position he is in. He says about Jesse “I now see the sun behind the fog…” and that line gets to me every time I read it because it captures what I feel is the heart of the book. How you let go and learn to move on? How do you see the sun and leave the fog behind?

Although the story is really about Brett’s journey you can’t forget about Jesse. She is the anchor in this story. I love this girl. She was fun, spunky, good-hearted and kept a level head. Some people will love her, some will hate her. I choose to love her. At times she was fearless and really put her self out, and although she is a little innocent she is a good person and exactly what Brett needs after all the drama in his life. The story is told from dual point of view. I felt her point of view was the more prominent of the two, however her purpose is to allow his characters to find a way into the light.

I really enjoyed this book. I know I will be reading the other books in the series once they come out, because I love these characters.  This book will stick with me for a while.

amazon: http://amzn.com/B00I2FHKGM

5star