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This story within a story is about two incredibly strong people who have survived heartbreak, personal struggles, and indignities with grace. Neither of them is willing to risk getting hurt again so they’ve put up walls to keep anyone from getting too close. This strategy has worked well for them both, until the day, they meet each other.
They say opposites attract and from that first meeting these two characters second-guess their feelings and ignore their heated instincts. They both come from different socio-economic backgrounds and suffer through some awkward fish out of water moments, but manage to put these aside in genuine acceptance. I like that. It’s rare. Most people don’t do that without some caveat attached.
Bottom-line, this is a solid romance with likable characters. Mix in some betrayal and intrigue; throw secrets in among the steamy sex and you have a winner!
This is book is part of a series but I found it unnecessary to read earlier volumes to enjoy this novel.
*I received my copy through NetGalley.com in exchange for an honest review.
“What does that mean?”
“It means you should come with a warning label.”
I could end this review with just the above quote. It tells a reader everything they could want to know about this book. Humour? Check. Sauciness? Check. Romance that goes the distance? Ahh, but that’d be telling. :)
I didn’t quite know what to expect with WARWW. From the first few pages, I was drawn in by the author’s light, easy control of language, and liked both of the mains from the introduction. Leslie has to be in control; she’s a working mom with a father who’s had a severe stroke and a son she can’t relate to. Enter Nico, a working cop with a group he wants to raise money for, who rubs her angles and is possibly the most gorgeous man written into fiction. Seriously. He cares about children, he puts himself out for people, he’s funny and serious and just plain awesome. These were two characters I couldn’t wait to see get together.
But there’s more in it than simple romance. Mystery, intrigue, surprise after surprise hits the reader as you go through the pages (in my case quickly and into the wee hours), and all the while is the romance we came for. Class divide features but not heavily so, which I was glad about because it always depresses me when society women in romances think too much about what people think if they date ‘a commoner’. I can never respect them after that, but Meyers weaved just enough to gift the romance a credible obstacle.
This book surprised me in the best possible way, even to the end. I was left with a warm, happy glow that only the best romances give me. I will definitely be browsing her backlist.