She was looking for a little fun…
Violet Douglas wants one night where she can be normal. Where she can do something for herself and not be just her sibling’s guardian. So when she spies a tall, dark and sexy stranger, she’s ready to let her wild side roar. The last thing she expects is to see her one night stand one week later, when she drags her delinquent kid brother to the Alpha Dog Training Program.
He wasn’t looking for a commitment…
Sgt. Dean Sparks is used to keeping women at a distance, and yet he can’t resist Violet’s snapping wit or smile. So when he suggests a friends-with-benefits arrangement, it seems like the perfect solution to their undeniable attraction. No emotional entanglement, just mind-blowing sex.
But with their lives becoming more and more entwined, Dean realizes that casual isn't enough for him anymore. And as Violet finds herself leaning on Dean in a way she never has, will her fears put more distance between them? Or can she let go of the past, and take a chance on happily ever after?
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Codi Rocks Again
One Lucky Hero is Codi Gary at her finest! Dean and Violet are the perfect combination of damaged and healing. Dean is dealing with some PTSD symptoms while Violet is struggling to keep her family on track until her siblings are both take care of and off to college. They meet and after a bumpy, snarky start agree to have one hot night together. The problem is that both realize that connection they discovered warrants more than one night but both are reluctant to start a relationship. Gary explores several interpersonal relationships with depth and honesty while mixing in lots of humor, snark, and steamy sexy times. This is a can’t miss!
I love Codi Gary and this book is no exception! This book made me smile, laugh and cry. Violet has had a hard life and the last thing that she is looking for is a relationship. She goes out for one night of fun and meets Dean. Dean has his own set of issues. I loved Violet and Dean together! I loved how together they began to heal. I loved all of the secondary characters too! The epilogue melted my heart. I would definitely recommend this book!