Saturday, 27 May 2017

Forging Forever by Dani Wyatt


  • Format: Kindle Edition

    • File Size: 1533 KB
    • Print Length: 122 pages
    • ASIN: B071RGQ3RQ
    Standing on her tiptoes at a Renaissance Fair, Lela Marshall catches a glimpse of just how hot a forge can get. Even from fifty feet away, she’s never felt this sort of heat. And it’s coming from between her legs.

    Miller Rhodes has a gigantic problem. He’s met the woman he knows is destined to be his. Only, she’s disappeared into a crowd and took his heart and his future with her. For once, even work can’t distract him from thoughts of the way her lips tasted for one brief moment under the July sun.

    Can a sock-chewing puppy and a meddling mother be the solution to Miller’s problem? Will this knife forging hard-ass find his soft spot in the girl that stole his heart after just one kiss?

    Author’s note: Lose yourself in the heat radiating from this filthy talking alpha. He’s a man of few words, but he definitely isn’t lacking on how to use his mouth in other ways. Suspend reality for a bit with this love at first kiss, happily ever after, scorching hot read. Safe, indulgent and *touches finger to butt and listens for the sizzle*

    Cover:  The cover is pretty generic, I mean, not that it’s not a nice view or anything, it’s just that it’s not exactly stand out.

    I liked the sound of this one- love at first sight at a Renaissance Fair.  And it was short and sweet but I don’t think the love at full sight was completely pulled off successfully.
    Miller is definitely an alpha male…came across as slightly crazy at some points.
    Lela was a pretty sweet character but I neither loved or hated her.
    Over all, it was a nice quick read- took me half a day to read. 
    I wish it had been bulked out a little more, because I think it could have been a pretty great read if it had been fleshed out a bit more, and their romance had developed a bit more steadily- I mean going from strangers to thinking about being parents in the space of like 5 minutes is cray even for me.

    2.5 stars. 

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