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Kat is one of the most unique and likable female characters I've read about. She's confident, loyal, and a caring friend while also being a feisty firecracker that doesn't put up with any crap from anyone. She fits right in at Gary's garage; with her knowledge and ability with cars, her enthusiasm for sports and her participation in the playful trash talking the guys do they quickly accept her into their group of friends.
Blake works for Gary too, and even though we don't get the best first impression of him, he soon shows us that he's capable of being more than just a cocky player looking for a one night hook up. Kat's different than most girls he's been around. She's real, and the more he gets to know her the deeper his feelings get. Kat knows she's falling for him too, but her stay in Tennessee is only temporary because she refuses to leave her brother for good.
When her brother's trouble finally catches up to hurt her, her eyes are opened as to not only the severity of his problems but also just how much her new "family" in Tennessee loves her. She realizes that family doesn't always have to be blood and that letting herself love and be loved by Blake doesn't mean she's turned her back on her brother.
The characters were great. The heroine Kat was smart yet stubborn in the best way. I really was able to connect with that aspect of her character.
Blake wasn't a total playboy, Yes their first meeting was..... different but they moved past it quickly. He was really sweet and was a great match for Kat
There was enough details to paint a vivid enough picture in my head but not too many details to where I felt that I needed to skim to get to the point of the story. The plot stated a decent pace with some twists and turns that I really found myself enjoying. Towards the end you get some drama but I would still classify this as a light read.
My main problem with this book was that it felt like the characters were younger then 25 or so. I had to keep reminding my self they weren't 18.
Overall it was a really good read. It was low on the angst, high on the humor and just just right on the attraction and sexiness. I will read other books by this author in the future. 4 stars #2OCCJD
Kat and her brother are all each other has. They lost their mom and dad and now love each other unconditionally and Kat would do anything for him. When her brother gets in trouble and there is a fear of bad things happening he forces her to move to Tennessee to live with her father's best friend Gray. Little does she know that she was going there to meet a group of people that would change her life and make her feel loved and wanted. Gary has worked hard to make her feel at home in Tennessee by fixing her up a house and giving her a job at the shop. She loves cars and will work to fit in there until she can go back home.
Kat is confident, loyal, and is a caring friend while she is a firecracker who will make you her own decisions. She will not put up with any crap and will make it know that she can do more than be a receptionist in a shop full of guys. She loves sports and will trash talk with the guys when it comes to her team. She quickly fits in and the guys all become the family she needs to fill the void from her brother pushing her away.
Blake works for Gary and is like a son to him. His first impression is not the best but soon shows he is more than the cocky player. He feels a connection to Kat the moment he meets her but she is not going to make it easy for him. When he realizes that Kat doesn't intend on staying in Tennessee he works hard to convince her she belongs there. Kat soon falls for him and he would do anything to protect her from the danger lying ahead if she returns to her Florida home and brother.
Then when she pushes Blake away because she is falling in love with him the real trouble begins. She doesn't realize he loves her just as much and is afraid she won't let him in. They hurt each other and she rushes home to her brother only to be put in harms way. He brother is in so deep and before she can help him his trouble takes her away from them all. Will she be able to see that the people she has grown to love in Tennessee may not be blood relatives but are more of a family too her and will do anything to save her. Will they make it in time to save her and will her brother wake up and stop hurting her?
I can't wait to see where this story goes and will the bond grow stronger between them all.
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