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Gracie and Eric are a lot of fun – they can fight with the best of them, but there is still a genuine caring between the two…even if they both are trying to fight the crazy attraction they have for one another. When Eric proposes a fake relationship it’s an offer Gracie finds hard to turn down…especially since it will help to get her parent’s off her back during their upcoming visit – and after meeting her parents it’s no wonder she couldn’t say no! And Eric needs her just as much since he has a work thing that he needs her help with. And did I mention that Eric had a dirty little mouth…always throwing that attraction out there when they were fighting just to get a rise out of Gracie – I totally loved that!
And in usual fake romance fashion, when things cross the line on the physical side it’s hard to keep the heart from getting involved. Their physical relationship never seemed to be a problem, but these two didn’t make it easy on themselves or each other as they tried to build something real. With the secrets in Eric’s life and Gracie’s insecurities, it was no wonder these two had a hard time finding their way to each other. Gracie could be a bit frustrating at times – she definitely played with Eric’s emotions a bit when things got too…much, but I did like the fact that she would own up to her behavior. It was fun getting to see the sweet side of Eric, and I loved the way the author was able to really make me connect with these two during those moments.
I loved the supporting cast of characters – Eric and Gracie’s friends and family really helped tell their story. Watching Gracie deal with her mother berating her was hard, but it was awesome watching Eric stand up for her. I loved seeing Eric’s family interact during their dinner’s, and the interplay between all of their friends made me want to be one of the group. And of course there was a little girl and a puppy that played into the story which helped to really round out the emotional character of both Eric and Gracie.
This is part of a series but can be read as a standalone. There is definitely some back-story with some of the plot points and specifically with these two characters from other books, but I don’t think the story loses anything by just jumping into this book since enough background is given to get you quickly up to speed.
I highly recommend this book to anyone. This is part of her Rock Canyon series but it can be read as stand alone. I do love this entire series so I recommend the entire series. For those of you who are fans of Rock Canyon this book answers a major question from the series. DO NOT miss it.
I have read other books by Codi Gary before, but this was the first I had read in her Rock Canyon series. I am HOOKED. Even though I had not read any of the previous books, it was still extremely easy to catch on and not skip a beat.
Gracie and Eric's story was so addictive and hot from start to finish. I could NOT put it down. Their chemistry was off the charts hot, and watching them finally give into their wants and needs was too fun!
I am going to have to go back now and read all of the other books in this series, and I have no doubt at all that I will love them just as much!