The one thing I loved about this book, Jaxson Cassidy.
“To me Jaxson was an angel who fucked like the devil”.
I did enjoy this story, it was paced well, I did like the way the story was built up. But I struggled with the heroine. By the end of the book she redeemed herself for me but she took away alot of my enjoyment of this story. Sadie Banks really rubbed me the wrong way. She was constantly running when she knew no facts. I get she was scared, but damn girl stop running…. To me, she didn’t act like a 28 year old woman.
But as I stated, I enjoyed this story. It was a good read, kept me wanting to find out more and what was going to happen. Recommend to those who want sweet, some angst, and some steamy parts too ?
About the Author:
Kim Karr is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author.
She grew up in Rochester, NY and now lives in Florida with her husband and four kids. She’s always had a love for reading books and writing. Being an English major in college, she wanted to teach at the college level but that was not to be. She went on to receive an MBA and became a project manager until quitting to raise her family. Kim currently works part-time with her husband and recently decided to embrace one of her biggest passions–writing.
Kim wears a lot of hats! Writer, book-lover, wife, soccer-mom, taxi driver, and the all around go-to person of her family. However, she always finds time to read. One of her favorite family outings was taking her kids when they were little to the bookstore or the library. Today, Kim’s oldest child is seventeen and no longer goes with her on these, now rare and infrequent, outings. She finds that she doesn’t need to go on them anymore because she has the greatest device ever invented–a Kindle.
Kim likes to believe in soul mates, kindred spirits, true friends, and Happily-Ever-Afters. She loves to drink champagne, listen to music, and hopes to always stay young at heart.