Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Waiting for the One by L.A. Fiore

Waiting for the One

Saffron Mills works at her friend's Tommy Tucker's bar. She enjoys being a bartender. Her parents moved to Florida and they are not supportive of her life's choices. She lives in small town in Maine where the dating pool is really small. Her choices are limited. The only guy who catches her eye is Logan Macgowan a taciturn man who recently moved into town. He looks shaggy but she is attracted to his silence. Every time he comes into the bar she tries to get him to talk to her or at least elicit a smile. 

" Tommy wants the place to go topless"

Nevertheless, Logan is hiding something and when she realizes what it is, it changes her life completely. 
Logan is actually a famous New York sculptor. He is successful but fame has him running to the town of Harrington for some needed peace. A town where no one recognizes him and where people like him for himself, not his wealth. He enjoys watching and listening to Saffron every time he comes into the bar. After a while, when their relationship is blooming, his past comes back to haunt them. Staying together, regardless of their feelings can be dangerous.  

"My life before led me here and that's all that matters."

This is my first book by this author. I was intrigued enough by the blurb to want to read it. I was somewhat disappointed by it. There are some scenes I really liked but some other ones were too over the top drama for me. So many things happened to our heroine and hero that it made it impossible to connect with them at times. 

The parts that I liked: 
The first few chapters. I love how Saffron kept on trying to make Logan talked to her.
I love Reaper
Love the biker 
Love Logan's brothers
The paint scene was perfect. Kudos to his parents. 

"Staying away from you was the hardest thing I've ever done. And what I feel for you isn't like a preference for chocolate ice cream. Every beat of my heart and every breath I breathe I do for you."

Cliffhanger: No

3/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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