The more things change; the more they stay the same...
After all these years, Jack Perry is still the same: tall, gorgeous, rugged, and protective. I can't resist his boyish grin and sexy, little wink. Jack still only sees me as his cute, quirky friend who creates temptations in the kitchen.
But now that he's back in town to help save his family's business, I'm determined to show him a lot has changed since high school. I plan to tempt him with more than just my sugary delights. He may only be here for a short while, yet it's time he saw how grown up I really am. It won't be long until Jack Perry finally sees the truth: he wants nothing more than to be with me.
Good storyline and characters
I generally enjoyed the book but the writing seemed a bit disjointed at times. This is the first time I’ve read this author so it may be a writing style. The storyline and the characters were really good and those kept me interested.
It’s alright. I definitely want to yell at the main girl the entire book for how stupid she is, but other than that it was decent.
Never gets to the point it seems
The first four chapters of the book consists of repeated discussions of the vandalism at the marina. Why? This is a romance novel or at least it’s supposed to be and the most we get in the first four chapters is two characters who act as though they are in middle school. The female acts as though she’s never had any interaction with a person of the opposite sex whatsoever. I mean, she’s been friend me with this guy for years through primary school and she freaking says that he has never touched her and she later says that he hugs her for the first time. How are you life long friends with anybody without a hug let along NO physical contact.
There is a dream there that tries to get with the romance part of it but it’s a dream...
The female character acts as though she’d have a heart attack of someone stood next to her and said boo. Come on...