My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The rock star and the tattoo artist trope gets the Brooke Blaine treatment in this delightful second instalment in the South Haven series.
I absolutely loved this one, no angst, no drama, just a great romance with two people who connected with each other on an emotionally satisfying level and who had chemistry enough to burn the pages.
The whole story really just is a pleasure to read as Bash does a wee bit of secret matchmaking to put two guys who are polar opposites on the surface in each other’s orbit.
Their initial encounter opens the book and be prepared for the temperature to hit boiling point, man the scene is scorching hot.
But it’s way more than just physical. They connect on a friendship level too and everything is just an easy extension of that into a relationship.
Lots of humour and appearances from the rest of the gang all made this a thoroughly deserved five star read.
#ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.