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316 pages, Kindle Edition
First published February 21, 2017
Lexi’s different. So damn different in all the right ways, and I just didn’t realize women like her existed.
“We were dating the minute I heard you on that stage playing your ukulele… Even if neither of us fully realized it then.”
“We’re going to lunch… I’m killing two birds with one stone. We need to talk about Lexi and I’m tired of waiting for you to ask me out. You move at the speed of molasses and I’m not getting any younger.”
With a devilish gleam in his eyes, he said, “Come on… let’s cuddle.”
Roman Sýkora, hockey bad boy, shameless flirt, total panty dropper asking me to cuddle. Who was I to say no.
“Will you fuck me already?”
"Time has no meaning as our mouths explore and our hands tentatively grasp each other."Told in dual POV, Roman is a perfect blend of opposites attract and learning to overcome adversity. The dynamics between Lexi and her half-sister Gray were extreme. Gray has always been one of my favorite characters from this series and it pained me greatly to see her so guarded. And yet, Lexi's determination to gain her sister's acceptance never waivered. As always, I adore Brian Brannon, their father, and it was an extra special treat to see him find love in the most unlikely places. Roman and Lexi shared a number of steamy scenes and I thoroughly enjoyed the way in which their relationship developed so naturally throughout the progression of the plot. Lexi is a strong heroine who is not afraid to be true to herself. I adored her character and her personality resonated joy in every single situation. To see her matched with Roman is truly priceless.
“all I can do is smile at him and say, “I know. I felt it too.”
“We were dating the minute I heard you on that stage playing your ukulele,” I tell her. “Even if neither of us fully realized it then.”
“We’re going to lunch,” she affirms. “I’m killing two birds with one stone. We need to talk about Lexi and I’m tired of waiting for you to ask me out. You move at the speed of molasses and I’m not getting any younger.”