Sunday, December 21, 2014
Bestselling romance Tell Me You Want Me gets a steamy sequel….
Notorious heartbreaker Austin Sinclair vowed he’d never fall in love, but all that changed when he met his Janie. They’re living their happily ever after… until an unexpected threat tears them apart.
Austin is desperate to get Janie back, but fails miserably. He’s said ‘I love you’ so often Janie doesn’t care anymore, and getting her in his bed to prove it seems impossible. His old life beckons. Could he be that guy again?
Jane scored big when she landed Austin, but now she faces a temptation she never expected—one that makes her question what she really wants from love. Staying in a relationship with him requires all the strength she has. She’s tired, and giving in to someone else would be so easy.
Each hopes that something will change, that the other will give in, but it’s going to take both of them—together—to overcome this obstacle. Can they make their love last forever? Or has their fight been for nothing?
I really loved Jane and Austin from Tell Me You Want Me, which is the first book in this series. So I was more than happy to get my hands on this book as well. Then I read the blurb and thought, "Oh no, they're going to have relationship problems?"
But I have to say that the guy in Jane's cooking class that turns her head is so swoon worthy. He's Scottish, has a Scottish accent and uses words like Lass and Lassies. Can you tell I love it when a character has a Scottish accent? Yeah, well I do. Finn is a fun character and I almost wanted things to work out between him and Jane, almost.
Austin's father made me do a double take too. His personality changed a bit, maybe all he needed was to grow up a bit and finally settle down with the right woman.
While I love Austin, I really do. I also struggled to get past his constant whining about his parents and how they are the reason he wouldn't ever consider marriage. His insecurities about marriage and relationships made it hard to want Jane to get back together with him. I think if she had been a friend in real life, I would have told her that she could do better.
But then every couple has some rough spots so it was interesting to watch how they handled theirs. So yeah, I loved this book. The hero and heroine aren't perfect and really, who is? So that made everything all the more believable.
I would suggest reading the first book in this series so that this couples relationship makes more sense to you. If you'd like to buy this book for yourself, you can do so here.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
Disclaimer: I was give a free digital copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Posted by Mary Kirkland at 1:00 AM