Friday 21 March 2014

This story was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review

Cooper Wilde has escaped his home town "Old Town" in New Jersey to live in the big city, to drive a fancy car, work on Wall Street and live in a high class condo.

Savannah Young is working as a fraud investigator and heads out to Haymakers Bar to make sure that their recent loan is on the up and up. She is living in New York but is sick of all the yuppy young Wall Street men that she keeps meeting on dates. They only want to talk about their job, bank account or new car. She wants to find a man capable of having a real conversation.

Cooper and Savannah are instantly attracted to each other. Lucky for them she is involved in a little fender bender and needs to stay in town. After a liquor drinking bet she is spending the weekend at his parent's house. Unlucky for him she thinks he is a small town boy, not the yuppy wall street type she is avoiding. Oh oh, it is never good to start a relationship built on a lie, these things seem to come back and bite you on the butt at the first inconvenient moment.

Cooper and Savannah spend the weekend together and get to know one another better. She says " I'd like to know why I'm completely naked and you are still fully clothed"

"That's a good question. I don't have an answer for you but I have a solution if you think it is a problem."

"I think it is a problem."

The sexual tension between the two of them is hot hot hot. The love scenes even hotter. These two are falling and falling fast. They have sex in a variety of places and even spend a romantic evening at the county fair.

But, remember the secret.

I thought this story was great. It was fast paced and kept me turning the pages. His three other brothers were introduced and we were given tidbits of information about them. It is easy to see how this is going to spin off into a series of stories. I loved how easy this book flowed. The story line had a lot of different aspects and had no trouble keeping my interest or keeping me entertained. I would certainly rate it 5/5.

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