|Crossing the Line
Victoria is trying to keep away from the dating scene. She has teenage twin daughters and her ex-husband Roger is not making things easy for any of them. The last thing she needs is to complicate their lives with a guy like Nick.
Nick loves his family but his abusive father left him thinking he couldn't be a good husband or father. His relationships are all uncomplicated and Victoria has complication written all over her. He tries to keep his distance but he fails miserably.
I love stories like this. Victoria and her sisters are characters I would like to be friends with. They all have great personalities.
Victoria is not perfect and dealing with an angry teenager made her more real to me. I hated her ex-husband. He is such a looser. I was glad when Nick came into the picture to spice up her life.
Nick made a couple of mistakes when he thought their relationship was getting too serious but the way he stayed loyal won million of points with me.
Nick was also very good with his mother and his brother Luke.
I'm hoping the next book is about Luke. Please let it be.
Did I forget to mention Luke and Nick are ex MMA fighters? Do I have your attention now?
If you are looking for a sweet, fast paced book with no cliffhangers, this one is for you.
"The door signified a line. Did he want to cross it? Once he did, there was no going back. No single nights, no one night stands. Hell yes he wanted to cross that line."
"It wasn't just about the mind-‐blowing sex. It was about how she made him feel. Now he needed to write a fucking Lifetime movie. Thank God his brother and his friends couldn't read his mind. they'd never let him back in the gym because he'd probably woman the place up. Hug instead of throw punches. Jesus."
"You are so beautiful, you take my breath away. No matter what I do during the day, you are on my mind. When I wake up, I think about texting you just to make sure you're thinking of me too."
A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.