All it took was one look into the delivery guy's sinful brown eyes and I knew I'd regret never seeing him again. I tried tipping him a dollar and ended up getting a whole lot more than I bargained for.
Imagine my surprise when he comes back. Every. Friday. Night.
Then in an embarrassing twist of events the Big D's identity is revealed. He wants a chance and he's determined to get it.
But with a crazy ex popping around every corner, money and power standing between us and an embarrassing 'how we met' story... what's a girl supposed to do?
*** 3 Star Review ***
This is one of those books that I liked, but I had to take the good with the bad. And when I say bad, I don't mean bad, bad. I will explain soon.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. It was a quick, easy read. It had its funny moments, its sweet moments, it hawt moments. I had no troubles getting from start to finish in no time.
I enjoyed these characters. I could have used just a little more character development and chemistry building with these two though. Their connection wasn't instant for me...
Okay. So, how do I say this without inserting a spoiler. Aggie and Grant's first encounter... I just wasn't jiving with it. It was too instantaneous for me. I wish it would have been more drawn out. Maybe a couple of encounters of flirting and fumbling first. (Chemistry building)
Things moved way too quickly for me. They went from point A to point Z a little too fast for me. I needed more of them apart then together. I got a little whiplash with everything that happened in such a short span of time. I needed things to slow just a little bit.
And the sex... too much sex. Especially for two that are basically strangers. The good thing about the sex though is that it isn't all descriptive sex. I was very thankful for that reprieve. Had every sex scene been descriptive, this review would be of a totally different nature.
The second half of the book is probably the best part of the book. Things did slow some. I was able to feel some chemistry between these two. While the events seemed a little over the top to me, they worked by the second half of the book. I wouldn't have expected anything less.
Overall, this is one of those books that one can enjoy when looking for a lighter read that can be read in one sitting. I was definitely thankful for the lighter read. I have been wanting more of light reads lately.