- Siren Publishing Inc.
- Release Date
- February 2012
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Krista Matthews has been in love with James for two years, but he's never mentioned commitment. After she plans him the ultimate naughty Valentine's Day surprise, and he doesn't say those three magical words, she knows it's time to move on. She may be plushy and curvy, but she still deserves someone who loves her for all she is.
Wounded by the past, James Peterson became principal at a new school to escape his mistakes. What he never anticipated was meeting someone as amazing as Krista. She fits him in every way—except her need for a ring. When she dishes out a Valentine's Day ultimatum—give her more or end their relationship—all those old fears come racing back. Does James have the courage to face his past for the woman he loves? Or will he lose her on principle?
May 28, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
235 people found the following review helpful
I absolutely thought this book was sweet and erotic all at the same time. The angst within its pages are so what a man and a woman go through and so mirror the whole Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus ideal. We definitely have our different views on how we feel about our relationships with one another. Which as we know often leads to misunderstandings as it did in this story for Krista and James.
Krista is in love with her boyfriend and isn't sure if he loves her. So she plans a Valentine's Day surprise, a very a naughty one I might add, in order to see if he will utter those three words that most women want and expect to hear from their long time lovers. So she gives him an ultimatum instead. When he balks and still doesn't say those words, Krista walks out on him.
Little does Krista know that James is fighting his own past demons and for him those three words spell doom to the relationship. It was great to see the interaction between the two characters. The pain that they were both going through with being apart and the explosive need they felt when they were together.
I highly recommend this book even if it is a Valentine's Day love story. I think it is a universal love story on how men and women get along in general and misconstrue what each other is feeling and thinking.
Five stars for a most excellent read. Kudos to you, Willa Edwards! I will be looking for more of your books.
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