Rating : 4 stars
Read: August 18 to 22, 2013
Format Read : Kindle Edition
Jillian don't do relationships. She is an expert on the catch and release game.
Oh yes, she catch a boy and set him free the next morning... win-win situation,right?
Now that her best friends are settled down, she is playing it solo. Until she catches Liam, and realizes it's so much more she had bargain for.
Imagine a Scottish hunk, naked in the kitchen making you waffles?
A fun, loving and drop-dead-gorgeous hunk...
" I have a high proficiency in moan-inducing," Liam said without missing a beat. Jess's eyes grew wide, and I swatted her across the back," Don't choke.""That's what she said," they both teased on cue.
I got to say that this one was quite a refreshing NA story. It was the turn for the girl to be a manizer (is that a word?), to be the one that stayed away for commitment.Of course there is a lot to say about why she did it, why she had the need to not let anyone in. And I totally get it!
[ She have a on-early set of Parkinson disease. So between coping herself with the disease and her mother behavior towards her, she doesn't think it's possible for anyone to love her and stick around when they found out. ]
Am I that predictable? haha, I blame it all in the accent!
Anyway, I loved how grounded he was, how he tried to wooed her and break her walls. Besides the sexual tension between them, it was great to just see them, enjoy each other company, to really know each other.
And the love? *sigh
"If anyone fucks this up, it's going to be me."
"That's the nice thing about relationships," Liam said. "What?"
"There's two people involved. If you fuck up, I'll be around to help you back on your feet."
So, the book have a lot of fun and light moments but it's also so emotional. I just loved it ♥
[ I didn't need to be certain of anything more than I was of this. Of him and I. Of us. Love, as it turned out, was liberating. The one thing I ran from turned out to be what finally set me free. ]
*copy kindly provided by the author in exchange of an honest review