Getting ditched at the altar is nothing compared to being humiliated there in front of three hundred shocked guests. Apparently I’m no good at spotting the signs your man’s a cheating liar. So I set off solo on my honeymoon to Hawaii, where I realize I’ve got this life thing down just fine on my own.
Friendships and laughter? Yes.
But relationships? Hell no. Never again.
I’m a man of few words. My reputation as a moody prick is deserved, but only the handful of people who really know me see the man beneath the professional mask.
I’m a protector. A warrior. That part is true. But the world doesn’t get to see the rest of me. And women don’t seem to mind my gruff exterior—my bed’s always warm.
I’m content with life—loving it, even—or so I thought. But when I meet a beautiful pastry chef with a broken heart and a smile that softens me down to my soul, I realize I wasn’t really content at all before her.
I only wish I had the words to let her know.
I really like this series except every story seems rushed to some degree.
Knox is book 4 in the Chicago Blaze series. Knox is on a trip to Hawaii with his teammates when he meets a beautiful woman on the beach. The woman, Reese, is there by herself, on what would be her honeymoon, after finding out her fiancé cheated on her. The two had instant chemistry and spent the rest of their time In Hawaii together. A little over a year later they cross paths again and perpetual bachelor, Knox, is interested in having a relationship with Reese. I enjoyed seeing these two find their balance in their relationship and their individual lives. I liked that Reese was a strong, independent woman and that Knox was willing to work at making their relationship work. Great Story, I highly recommend it to everyone!
Cute but fast paced