3.75 stars GOOD DEBUT READ
Jayson is a big 6'2 slice of man meat and I've got my fork and knife ready to go.
Firstly I had issues with the writing style, told in dual pov's but you got the same schenes in the next chapter so parroted but from his or her point of view. I didn't like that, I've read it once and I want the plot to flow forward.
Also you had conversation " " then in a few sentences Down it would say then he said?
You either have the conversations or you don’t as it got a little confusing.
All that being said it got better as the book went on and I either stopped noticing these things or it improved, a writer can improve with each book and this seemed to happen as the story progressed.
The plot: I loved it and it swept me away, Jayson is a man that will make you swoon, he had met the woman he could see as his forever and wasn't letting go.
Chloe, her character annoyed me at times, too many insecurities and crying, Jayson is one patient bbf.
Extended characters, I loved them, Connor and Madison brought humor and banter and it gave the whole book a good balance.
Sex schenes:so hot and well written, loved it.
Would I read more from this author? Yes, there's room for improvement but as long as constructive criticism is taken on board I believe the next book will knock our socks off.
Chloe: She's broken beyond repair.
Jayson: He's determined to fix her and make her love him in the process.
Chloe has the perfect life or so everyone thinks.
She tried to leave her past behind, but it follows her like a dark shadow. Drowning in guilt, she's dying to live, but sees no way out. So she tries to fool herself and everyone else into believing she is fine.
But Jayson sees through the act that Chloe puts up for everyone else and he's going to do everything in his power to help her to live again.
Can Chloe let go, or will that night forever ruin her future?