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Collision Course by Marie Harte
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really liked it
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Very slow, sweet start that suddenly shifts into overdrive with super fast drama and ILYs, this was a fun installment in the love lives of those macho garage guys from Webster's. Marie Harte delivered another steamy read about the garage guys, their gals, and the mistakes they have to make before realizing they're in love for good.

Lou is a total pretty player who has no intention of settling down but hasn't been able to make any headway with shy florist Joey. It takes a lot of patience and sweetness from Lou to coax Joey into seeing him as more than a flirty manwhore. But Joey has good reason to be cautious - the real love of her life, her young son Brandon. Having gotten pregnant at the age of 15, Joey has always put Brandon first and she doesn't know where Lou fits in her life as a single mom.

What Lou and Joey do have is a sexual connection they can't deny. Throw in pesky co-workers, nosy family members, awful parents, and the cutest kids, Lou and Joey's relationship is like a super fast rollercoaster of ups and downs. At first, I really disliked how weak and hesitant Joey was, especially as she chose to keep Brandon a secret from Lou. But learning more about her horrible parents, it made me realize that Joey, like most mothers, had put Brandon first for so long that she didn't know how to make a life for herself, much less a romantic relationship. That Lou wanted for Joey to have the best life possible made him the perfect partner for her.

Note: I received an ARC in exchange for a honest review.
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Finished Reading
November 29, 2017 – Shelved
November 29, 2017 – Shelved as: arc

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