A Week's Reading of Romance Novels | Week 5
The last week of my winter recess and it breaks my heart a bit as I won't have the leisure time to read 3 to 7 novels a week with classes, work and my internship. I really would love to just get paid to read and review books. Moving along to the most important part of this post now which, of course, is the books!
1. Lost in You by Lauren Dane
2. Reasonable Doubt (Full Series) by Whitney Garcia Williams
3. Mad Love by Colet Abedi
This is my first time reading anything by Caisey Quinn and what a read it was. I adored this book for several reasons including the likable characters, the windy plot and the happy ending coming in an unexpected way. Fate Buchanan was doing everything the "right" way, holding onto her virtue until she was married, graduating college, and having a job secured before getting married, yet life still hands her a bad hand. Her fiance has been cheating on her for over a year with her best friend, and maid of honor, to which she discovers the day before the wedding on accident. That isn't the only curve ball tossed at this hardworking woman, no, of course not. Fate's mother struggles with alcohol addiction and finally takes a turn for the worst and needs to be admitted into a rehabilitation facility. Everything caves in on our heroine at once and she takes off from the wedding venue, in the Hamptons, and runs down the beach in search of a way to escape.
Her escape comes in the form of incredible hot, sensual and wealthy Dean Maxwell. Dean notices Fate running down the beach past his condo and feels a pull so he goes after her. After getting her out of the water, he ends up taking her virtue on the beach. He goes to the house and comes back to find her gone. Fate might not realize it until after she's begun her new position in marketing but Dean Maxwell, her beach lover, hasn't forgotten about her and he intends to collect his due from her. I loved the story, the twist and turns and of course the sex. Quinn is a talented writer who takes you on a ride you will be sad to see end at the end of the book.