Release Date: October 10, 2019
Violet Moore is in love with a man who hates her.
Well, to be fair, she kinda deserves it.
On her eighteenth birthday, she got drunk and threw herself at him, causing a huge scandal in their sleepy suburban town.
Now everyone thinks she’s a slut and he has disappeared. Rumor has it that he’s been living up in the mountains of Colorado, all alone and in isolation.
But Violet is going to make it right.
She’s going to find him and bring him back.
No matter how cruel and mean he is, how much he hurts her with his cold-hearted and abrasive ways, she won’t give up.
And neither will she think about his tempting lips or his sculpted muscles or his strong hands. The hands that she wants on her body, touching her, feeling her skin…
The hands that make her want to forget everything and kiss Graham Edwards – Mr. Edwards, actually – again.
Because you don’t go around kissing your best friend’s dad, do you?
Even though that’s all you ever dream about.
Saffron A. Kent is a Top 100 Amazon Bestselling author of Contemporary and New Adult romance. More often than not, her love stories are edgy, forbidden and passionate. Her work has been featured in Huffington Post, New York Daily News and USA Today’s Happy Ever After. She lives in New York City with her nerdy and supportive husband, and a million and one books.
Lately I have had zero interest in reading and even less interest in writing reviews, so this will be short and to the point. I always enjoy this author’s writing, and again, I enjoyed this book. I didn’t realize it was connected to MEDICINE MAN until I started reading it. So that was cool. I really liked a lot of the side characters in that book. The plot of this one was good, even if I think the reaction to the original kiss was a little too over the top. Both Violet and Graham were both likable characters. The sex scenes in this one were a little on the cheesy side and didn’t quite seem to fit in with the tone of the overall book. Last, it was all wrapped up in a sweet happy for now. So ya, overall it was an enjoyable read.