Until the Sun Sets
Dean Grayson doesn't do commitment. So when his cousin asks Dean to bring a date to his wedding in Mexico, he asks his best friend, Carly Jensen, to come with him. After a recent break up, Carly’s feeling like ...more
The third book in the Graysons series takes a step away from its predecessors in that it’s set in Mexico, and not around Christmas.
Dean Grayson is cousin to Luke and Matt, the twin brothers the previous novellas were about. This is basically your man-whore comes good type of scenario with a side of friends-to-lovers to keep things moving along, and I really enjoyed it. Which in itself wasn’t a surprise as the ...more
Dean and Carly have been friends and co-workers for a few years and, on the surface, things are great. Dean does his best to fall into bed with any and all attractive women that come his way, while Carly pines away for Dean who never seems to really notice her as a woman. You know, in that way.
When Dean’s cousin not so subtly suggests he bring a date to a destination wedding in Mexico because Dean’s family fears his wandering penis may get him into trouble with th ...more
Carly Jensen works for Dean at his bar and while she thinks Dean is on the good looking side she knows of his reputation and wouldn't want to ruin their friendship an ...more
Emotionally available? Questionable. Able to commit? Inconceivable.
Dean Grayson is a thirty-year-old fuck-up-drama-magnet-manwhore who have a reputation of sleeping with different women but never gone in to a serious relationship. He was asked by his cousin, Luke, to bring a date in Mexico for his wedding to avoid the unnecessary drama of him sleeping around with several someones. For the fear of what his relatives will tell about him, Dean asked Carly, one of his employees at The Tipsy Baso ...more
Dean has the reputation of being a player, so much that his cousin suggest ...more
I really loved the first two books in the Graysons series, and because of that I couldn't wait for this one. Because of how much I loved those others I really thought that from the first page I'd love this one too.
It's didn't happen.
I'm not saying I didn't like it because after a chapter or two I did start to get into it. I think my biggest issue was how Dean's cousin wanted him to bring a date just because he coul ...more
When we first meet Dean I wasn't sure about him (I mean a guy who's family asks him to bring a date so he doesn't seduce the bridesmaids isn't exactly a guy anyone would want to get involved with). But having him take his good friend Carly works well since they have an es ...more
The story takes place on the beaches of Mexico, as they're attending a wedding. What begins as a little game of pretend, soon morphs into something so much deeper. For a quick read, this novella still packed a depth of emotional characters & an interesting storyline. I didn't feel rushed, or sw ...more
Until The Sun Sets is the third novella in The Graysons series, it was a new quick and enjoyable read for me.
Carlie is Dean's employee, they worked together for two years and became friends at the same time, so when Dean has to fly to Mexico for his cousin's wedding and needs a partner to prove he isn't a playboy the best solution is to ask her to go with him.
I loved to read Carlie and Dean journey and the developping of their relationship,even if this was a short novella I closed this book fee
Carly and Dean have worked together for a long time and are firmly in the friend zone. A week hanging out in Mexico with her friend sounds like a good time, so she agrees to be Dean's date for the wedding.
But to Carly's horror, one of the wedding guests is ...more
* A copy of this book was and provided by the publisher via NetGalleyfor the purpose of an honest review. All conclusions are my own responsibility and I was not compensated for this review.
What’s it About? Dean needs a date to his cousin’s wedding in Mexico. Not because he’s afraid to go alone but because his cousin doesn’t want him causing trouble with any of t ...more
it's not that he's kept his exploits a secret. but he also can control himself. at least he's pretty sure he can control himself. but it's so insulting that he cousins think he ca ...more
Until the Sun Sets by Tara Wyatt was a great and sexy quick read. This novella is about best friends, a destination wedding and a fake relationship for a short time. Easy enough, right?
Dean Grayson does not do relationships. Commitments are not for him. If thigs get too real, his fear strangles him and he walks away. So instead he keeps things light with no commitment. The only problem? When his cousin asks him to bring a date to his wedding so he does not get distracted. Who should he ...more
Dean had to learn the benefits of taking a risk. Yes, he could be hurt but his life is extremely superficial the way he is going. Carly has to gain confidence in herself & her car ...more
Will Dean realize what a fool he is? Will he quit being so scared and start a relationship with her?
From the beginning, it is clear where this book is leading. That does not keep it from being enjoyable. This is a breezy novella that is a ple ...more
Dean is a confirmed bachelor, they are the ones that fall the hardest. Once they wake up to what's in front of them that is. Where Carly can't wait to find that forever man.
While Until the Sun Sets, is a novella it leaves nothing out.
Dean Grayson can't believe it when his cousin asks him to bring someone with him to the destination wedding the family is attending. Why? To keep Dean's hound dog ways to a minimum. To comply he asks his best friend Carly Jensen along. Nothing safer than your best friend, right??
I highly recommend this one.
Third Novella of Grayson family.
Dean aka man whore to his family and his friends needs to have a date to his cousin Luke’s (first book) wedding. His cousin and his fiancee worried Dean will date too many in their party to make this wedding comfortable for them. So Dean promised them to bring a date if he can find one soon.
Carly has been working as a bartender at Dean’s bar and part time comedian. When Dean offer ...more
Rating: 3 stars - it was good
She knew what she wanted. And she was starting to let herself hope that Dean wanted the same thing.
A quick, but enjoyable read overall. The fake relationship! I love this trope, so I was happy to see it being used here. I would have liked a little more time spent pretending before things got real, as I always enjoy the tension that creates, but this is also a shorter book, so I get why the author doens’t want to waste time.
Dean’s turning poin ...more
Tara has been writing since 2013, and her first book, Necessary Risk, was published in 2016. Since then, s ...more