She knew what she wanted, and when she wanted Ryan, she wasn’t afraid to show it. Not just because I generally have a huge soft spot for military heroes, but because it’s not often that I find a book with a military hero who has a physical flaw as well as an emotional one.Having lost his leg in Afghanistan and subsequently feeling “inadequate” around the opposite sex, I felt elated for him when he found a woman who couldn’t have cared less about the scars or the prosthetic leg. The author also never fails in writing some scorching hot sex scenes. With the tensions of the emotional rawness from earlier, it felt special.What better way to do it than to allow his brother and friend to set him up? Ryan will have to forget his pride and say what's inside in order to keep her.Reader Warning: This is a super sexy short that contains: A stubborn war hero, a mouthy Latina, and some incredibly sizzling loving. As usual, I love that the author sticks to writing confident, sassy heroines.“Oh, God.” She swerved and stomped the brakes to the floor.
Hopefully your mom or dad has given you, and themselves, enough time to adjust to the divorce before they start dating.You’ve survived heartbreak accompanied by Taylor Swift’s girl power anthem “New Romantics” to get you through the tears, the unusually awkward yet funny dates, and the painful moments of occasionally questioning whether true love could really even exist.We’veexist, but that my attention was simply being spent on the wrong one.It’s weird to see your father with someone other than your mother or your mother with anyone other than your father.And, it’s natural for you to not want your parents to date other people.