Mickey Hart doesn’t do one-night stands. Until she wakes up in a luxury penthouse. With nothing but a t-shirt and no idea whom it belongs to.
Enter Cale Windermere. Driven. Ambitious. Successful. And so gorgeous he could've walked straight out of a romance novel...
Except I can’t walk.
Not that it ever stops me from getting what I want.
And I want her.
Even if she's keeping secrets.
That could tear me to f*cking shreds.
Warning: Strong language, mature content, drama, and angst included. Shirt sold separately. This novel is an adult contemporary romance featuring a disabled hero who (still) happens to be a rich and sexy alpha male with a potty mouth.
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
Well what a brilliant read it's a amazing story about a paraplegic who falls for a woman who turns his world upside down literally.
You have Mickey and Cale. Mickey works for a newspaper but enjoys taking photos and has her own camera after a night out she drinks far too much and much to her surprise she wakes up in a bed that she has never been in before she rings best mate Mel and she gives her hell about it as best friends do.
Then you have cale who works with his twin brother cam he is loaded and he is in a wheelchair after being a knight in shining armour to Mickey he starts to feel things for her that he never thought he would after his ex wife left him.
Brilliant dialogue so many emotions as I read this the characters all blended in really well I would really like to read book 2 to find out more about them if I could. I am giving this book 5/5.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
Annie doesn’t like long walks on the beach, getting dolled up, or HEA endings with a boringly perfect hero. She’d much rather be rock climbing, shooting guns, or ending on cliffhangers with a deliciously imperfect hero. And hugs. She likes hugs. She also has a B.Sc. in Biology and feels kinda sorta weird referring to herself in 3rd person.