India Sommers is trying to rebuild her life after an ex-boyfriend shot her husband and she’s hoping that moving to Whiskey Creek is a step in the right direction but she having a bit of difficulty keeping her distance from her “bad boy” neighbor Rod Amos in this brilliant contemporary romance.
This story is a brilliant romance where the characters are strong, compelling and easily draw the readers in, they have some similarities in their past that gives them common ground and they are both deserving of a happily ever after and the sizzling chemistry between them starts them off in the right direction but the relationship is complicated by emotional issues, family issues and of course the ex-boyfriend presents quite a big problem.
Spine tingling tension builds throughout the story as India learns that her ex has been released from jail and the increasing certainty that she’s not safe has India looking for a solution and a way to ensure that her daughter is protected. Her solution is a bit risky and adds lots of anticipation and excitement to the story, especially when Rod steps in and insists on helping which of course moves their relationship forward another step much to India’s dismay.
The scenes are well written and bring this romance to vibrant life while the intriguing events keep readers glued to the pages of this steady to fast paced romance full of suspense. Everyone loves “bad boys” and Rod certainly makes hearts pound, but together with India, this couple has an outstanding appeal that just says they belong together and I just had to know how everything worked out for them, so once again, I had a wonderful visit to Whiskey Creek and I am looking forward to the next one.