Rain Wilson isn’t ever going to love again.
It’s a promise she made the day her boyfriend died in a water park accident, one she still blames herself for. Now she’s a senior lifeguard in a new town with a new pool and she’s just going to keep her head down and everyone safe.
Until a mysterious guy follows her into the waves at the pre-season bonfire and kisses her senseless. It’s just one mistake, and Rain is determined to put it behind her, until the dark haired, blue eyed hottie turns out to be her new co-supervisor Knight Mcallister.
Knight is hot, tatted, and carrying baggage of his own. He’s not happy about having Rain for a co-supervisor, and he’s even less happy about his attraction to her.
But between lifeguard drama, hot underwater kisses, and a growing attraction between them that can’t be stopped, Knight and Rain are being pulled deeper into their pasts, and realizing that sometimes too much broken can make a relationship impossible.
Then again sometimes it’s the broken parts of us that fit together best.
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Deeper- a good first installment
I really liked the characters and am interested in seeing where their lives go from here. Although it's a little PG13 for my tastes, but still a good story.
Not worth the time
I am a very avid reader, and hardly ever don't finish a book.
I didn't finish this book.
I was just very bored with the story about 3/4 in. I found it extremely annoying that Rain held so much guilt over her friends death, that she decides she can never be happy with another guy again. This is ridiculous, because she wasn't ever really dating the guy who died, and she repeatedly says that she didn't really care for him that way. So it just seems kind of nuts that she is so hung up on her "boyfriends" death, that she won't move on to a guy who she has genuine feelings for.
Another annoying twist to this book, is that nearly every other chapter has someone getting, or nearly getting sexually assaulted. I am not one to say books are sexist, etc. but this story makes it so that just about EVERY male has ulterior motives, and wants to sexually assault women. I then feel like there is a bit of victim-blame going on, and that leaves a sour taste in my mouth as well.
I read a similar review prior to starting the book, and I just wrote them off as being to judgmental, but I should have headed their warnings and not wasted my time on this story.
A must read
Hands down one of the best books I have ever read.