Thursday, November 7, 2013
Mine (Real #2) by Katy Evans
This is the second book in the Real series.
It starts with Remy and Brooke back together. They are so very happy. He is training to restart the Underground boxing season. He is determined to win the championship and nothing will stop him this time.
Soon things change and when Brooke has to stay behind, her insecurities get the best of her. Can Remy be alone with all those groupies and remain faithful?
To makes matter worse her sister is back. She is making the wrong choices and Remy is helping her again (Stop Remy- she doesn't deserve it!).
Also, Remy has to battle his own demons and the fights.
Could Brooke survive Remy getting hurt again? Will she need to choose between her sibling or the man she loves?
I LOVE Remington Tate. He is this awesome fighter who has never felt love but is capable of tremendous love for his woman. He can be super tender but at the same time he is this lion who will protect Brooke with his life. There is no doubt in my mind about it. Remy is not ashamed to show Brooke just how much he loves her and I thought his possessiveness was endearing.
I love how much music plays a part in their love. I love the meaning of the roses. I love their alone time.
Now, Brooke is a different story, she was insecure and at times I felt she was immature too but not enough to make me crazy.
She had Remy from the moment she came back but couldn't believe it at times.
How many times does the man have to tell you he loves you and you are his before you believe him Brooke? tsk tsk tsk. You better wake up and realize how head over heels he is for you or I may enter the ring against you lady.
If you haven't read Mine, you must and soon you will join the Remy's riptide.
Labels: Review Brooke Dumas, Katy Evans, Mine, Real, Remington Tate, Riptide
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