One of my goals for 2018 is to write more reviews for the books I read. Here we go! Review number one of the year.
Kristen Ashley's The Hookup
2018 started off with a bang. Seriously! I picked this one because she absolutely one of my favorite authors and never even think twice when it comes to her books. I knew going in that this one was going to be slightly different than her others, because she warned us readers about it a bit. There was going to be some feels.
I knew this.
But then I was reading and I thought to myself, this isn't so bad. Johnny Gamble was charing Eliza and the rest of us women while he was at it. Things were going so damn good
Then it happened.
Bonnie Raitt comes on.
I won't give that part away, but gosh, my heart broke. I sat there crying with Iz wondering how we would ever survive this.
I was a bit jaded at this point in the book. Johnny Gamble wasn't my favorite person. However, that changed and it changed quickly.
There was so much heat in this book it was HAWT! Lord have mercy, someone grab the fire extinguisher, that hot. It just the right amount of sweet, angst, and love wrapped up tight in one. It is perfect!
Like I said before Kristen's books are a non discussion, I will purchase them all. This one though? It's at the top of my list. (Nobody can take Tack and Tate's spots)
Johnny Gamble is life.
"She shouldn't have looked for dreamers. She should have found a man who knows all the different types of motor oil."