Sydney Williams has forgiven her fiance, Den, more times than she can count. But his latest betrayal just days before their wedding is too big to ignore. Shocking her friends and family, she calls off the engagement. She walks out on Den . . . and into the arms of his brother, Morgan.
Known as a player, Morgan Smith has secretly spent years fighting his feelings for Sydney. When Den's latest dirty deed leaves Sydney devastated, Morgan can't stop himself from coming to her rescue. What begins as friendship quickly escalates into all-consuming passion. Despite their intense connection, Sydney would rather deny her desire than come between brothers. But as Morgan is determined to make Sydney his, Den won't give her up without a fight . . .
Wright's debut contemporary relies on emotional drama that's diluted by pedestrian prose. When Sydney Williams discovers that her fianc , Caden "Den" Smith, has been sleeping with another woman, the wedding is called off. Den's brother, Morgan, had long felt "his life wouldn't be complete" without Syd, but he has no intention of starting something they "may never be able to come back from," because of the potential for complications in their close circle of friends and family. As Morgan and Syd erratically veer from angry screaming fights to tearing off each other's clothes, the two find there's no point in fighting their attraction, even as they fear revealing the truth. Given that Den is almost cartoonishly wrong for Syd and Morgan is transparently right for her, the lovers' refusal to tell their friends the truth about their relationship, or admit it to themselves even as they become more deeply involved, soon becomes tiresome.
I loved this book! I wish that the climax of the book didn't happen so quickly to the end. I felt like it was, "BOOM!" Catastrophic even, what could this do to the relationship, then happily ever after. But no explanation into the ever after. It just kind of ended. But regardless, I REALLY enjoyed the read! :)