- File Size: 3848 KB
- Print Length: 94 pages
- Publication Date: October 25, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JK39RFW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,005 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Cards Of Love: The World (Swift Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This one is Brick and January--spectacular names and an even better story.
Brick and January are Sports Agents and both very good at their jobs. They started out as friends and it quickly became more as when there is an attraction there is no stopping that.
They are just what each other needs and things fall into place when it is supposed to.
A first Leslie Pike read for me and I will be seeking out more soon.
I enjoyed the instant attraction between January and Brick! These two start off not knowing each other, then become friends and then lovers. I felt the transition to each role was perfect.
I recommend this one!
This is my first book by this author.
January and Brick are explosive! You will not be disappointed with these two 💕
This was a terrific story. I loved how fun and flirty January and Brick were together, and how comfortable they were with each other right off the bat.
Because of the length of this novella the time moves forward fairly quickly, but it's not a case of "insta-love" really, although there is a definite case of insta-attraction which grows into something real, the more time January and Brick spend together.
I really enjoyed these two- I liked that they were established characters, confident in their careers and in themselves. Because they were more "mature" (both in their 40s), they didn't play any games (except those of the board variety!)- no back and forth, no silly drama, they were open and honest with each other about what they wanted. And when things between them changed, and they realized they did want more from each other, that openness served them well.
Cards of Love: The World was a feel-good story that left me with a smile, and maybe a tear or two!
***I didn't realize this book featured a character introduced in Ms. Pike's book The Curve, which I haven't read, so I definitely feel this can be read and enjoyed as a standalone.
Brick has a past that is heartbroken but January just might be able to heal him. And January doesn't take crap from anyone. She works in a male-dominated world and is not looking for a relationship, but enjoyed her friendship with Brick. But when it becomes sexual is she ready for more?