Author: Avril Tremayne
Blurb: Sometimes Mr Right is Mr Wrong, and Mr Wrong is definitely Mr Right . . . Television reporter Chloe Masters is a woman of cool control . . . except when Casanova rugby league player Nick Savage is around. Then cool control goes out the window. Her boyfriend, Marcus, is everything she ever wanted – but it’s getting harder to deny her body’s reaction to Nick . . .Nick Savage has been head-over-heels since he first laid eyes on Chloe – just a moment too late to stop her connecting with his team mate, Marcus. But when the goalposts shift and he and Chloe are thrown together on a week away, Nick dares her to get physical in whatever way she wants – with a kiss, a punch or anything in between. And if Chloe claims to feel nothing, he’ll leave her alone for good.How can Chloe say no to a week of mindless passion with the man she hasn’t been able to get out of her head?Trouble is, a lot can go wrong (or right) in a week . . .
Thoughts: I am amazed at how much I loved this book! Honestly, lately I’ve hit a point were I was just reading a lot of duds…a few good books, maybe a great one here or there. But I was really longing to read one of those truly exceptional ones – the ones that have you glued to the pages until you reach the end….the ones that pull such an emotional reaction from you. I was finally able to say – I found one!
I admit, at the beginning I had my doubts….I even seriously considered just stopping. The book kind of seems to start in the middle of a something, which had me wondering if I’d accidently jumped forward with my kindle and was now on page 100 instead of 1 – and the character’s sort of seemed to have a lot of history where I wondered if I was missing a book. However, that all sorts itself out rather quickly, and you find the desire between these characters simply overflowing the pages. The lines are passionate and the utter longing that Nick has for Chloe literally had my stomach clenching and my breath catching in my throat. You will definitely see this book again in my end of the year reads – and that’s saying something since we are just getting started for 2016.
Loved it!! I will definitely be exploring other titles from this author as well!