My rating: 4 of 5 stars
*imitates the most interesting man in the world* I don’t often read romances, but when I do I read KA.Tucker. This was once again another great offering from the queen of New Adult. Young mother and waitress Catherine, is thrust into the limelight following her heroic actions which saved a famous hockey players life. They soon find themselves falling for eachother, but Catherine’s dark past threatens to undo everything.
The book is split between the past and the present, and I definitely preferred the present sections. The past was a bit of a downer. I loved the romance between Catherine and Brett, even if at times their issues were purely a result of Catherine’s stubbornness, which was a bit frustrating. While I have yet to find a romance novel that isn’t at least a little predictable, I did have a lot of fun reading this and felt that it was a well done, relatively light read. 3.5/5
Note: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.