- File Size: 1937 KB
- Print Length: 234 pages
- Publisher: Strawberry Valley Press (December 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075GFV13G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,018 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Brock Hudson was one of the former military hunks in Strawberry Valley that owned LPH Security Company. He was the king of one night stands - a man who wasn’t loved by his parents and had no interest in love or family. His family was his military brothers/best friends, Daniel (Can’t Hardly Breathe) and Jude (Can’t Let Go).
Lyndie Scott had been abused by the men in her life, her father and husband. Neither were still living so she had a new lease on life and was determined to be free and independent.
Brock and Lyndie lusted after each other but never acted upon it. They were distant friends through their besties who were married to each other. They had no interest in messing with the dynamics of the group so they remained friends. However, circumstances brought them together for mutual interests. Brock’s father died leaving him millions in an inheritance if he married. Lyndie was never marrying again but wanted a baby. Neither wanted forever, but both could give each other what they each wanted, at least temporarily. Thus the story began....
Can’t Get Enough was told in a dual POV; however, to set the foundation for the storyline, we heard primarily from Lyndie for several chapters near the beginning. Showalter built humor and suspense into the plot with complimentary stories, alongside the many challenges and baggage that both Brock and Lyndie carried. It was a journey of letting the past go, starting over and believing in a future of hope and love.
All in all, it was another enjoyable book in the series. Showalter hasn’t announced additional books; however, Braydon, Brock’s half brother, was introduced with teasers for more. I’m all in and can’t wait to see what Showalter brings us next.
Brick Hudson: I knew that his story was going to affect me what I did not not expect? Was how he would tear my heart into pieces and throw it around like a ball. The man made me sympathize with him throughout. I wanted to jump into the book and hug the living daylights out of him. To have such a childhood I could never understand, but my natural instincts is to nurture the broken or the weak. I'm not a strong person but fear God I could NOT stand his pain I wanted to take it away. And he will probably have that affect on you.
Lyndie Scott: I knew coming in that she had a pretty jacked up past, so the emotions with her weren't as bad. But I still felt for her and could somewhat relate to get past (just a bit) But most of all I loved that she found her strength and the love she deserved. It's always awesome when someone with a terrible past found their strength.
The book will leave you are but happy, bring tissues you'll need them.
Brock, while you originally go into this thinking super player/rake, is made to be very hard, sweet, with loyalty out the wazoo. Who doesn’t love that in male love interest?
Honestly, I think I’m most impressed by how different I felt about each of these new books. I read the book one with cautious interest and concern about the following books. I should have known better. Gena Showalter has written over 25 books from paranormal to YA to contemporary romance.
Overall Rating: 4.5 Stars
Plot: 4 Stars
Character Development: 4.5 Stars
Dialogue: 4.5 Stars
Writing: 4 Stars