Life never goes as planned. Jaime Summer learned that lesson the hard way when her fiancé wreaked havoc on her carefully constructed life plan. Now, Jaime’s back in her hometown, working at her sister’s flower shop and living with her family once again, swearing off dating and men for the rest of her life. That is, until Ryan Elson walks through the door.
Ryan has been in Jupiter Bay for a year now, and has worked hard to make this new town his home. His construction business is growing and while his personal relationships with the fairer sex are lacking, he’s more content than he’s ever been.He doesn’t need a woman, but a chance meeting with Jaime has Ryan ready to pull out all the stops to have her.
Exhilarating. Intoxicating. Consuming. Ravenous. Passionate.What happens when those kisses lead towards something more? Something that looks a lot like forever.
Note: This book is intended for those 18 and over due to graphic language, descriptive sex, and the world’s most inappropriate grandparents.
I bought this book and this my honest opinion
Ohmygawd where to begin Jaime was trying to find herself again after getting dumped the week of her wedding she’s found herself moving back home in her childhood home with her dad and grandparents. She has sworn off men for a while she doesn’t want anything to do with them, well until one night once she started helping her sister in her flower shop when at closing time this super sexy construction worker came in looking for flowers and well he might have found something else he needed once he laid eyes on Jaime. Ryan was bound determined to capture Jaimes heart even if it meant jumping through many hoops he was gonna do whatever it take. Will these two make it last could love at first sight really be real, you definitely won’t want to put this book down without finding out what happens. Ps your going tot be crying from laughing so hard grandma and grandpa just saying
Review by Twinsie Dee
Avid reader, writer, mother, and wife! I love to read contemporary romance. Add in a little “spice” or hot guys in uniform pants, and I’m a happy woman. There’s just something about diving into a book and engrossing in the magic of your hero and heroine getting their happily ever after.