Publication: March 3, 2015
Publisher: Ever After, LLC.
Source: The Author/AToMR
After everything blew up on Christmas, Liz walked away from me, and I let her. She said she needed space and a chance to pursue her dreams. But we both knew she was running from the mess she made. Now the political campaign she used as an excuse to leave is bringing us back together and I’m proving to her what she really needs—not just the hot nights, greedy hands, and undeniable physical chemistry. What she really needs is something real. What she really needs…is me.
Something Real is the conclusion to Sam and Liz’s story from Something Reckless. After the big fallout in Something Reckless, Liz left town in hopes of getting a fresh start and attempting to focus on having a successful professional life.
They both have their own set of problems and unfortunately they have a tendency to listen others about what they should or shouldn’t do. I become frustrated with them several times through the book. I was frustrated with some of the mistakes they made and Liz’s seemingly inability to speak up for herself and just letting things go when she shouldn’t. And with Sam for letting others manipulate him. They lacked good communication with each other. But despite that, I was still rooting for them and I had my fingers crossed that Sam and Liz would find a way to work out their issues and finally be together.
This story was such an emotional rollercoaster ride. But in the best way possible. I was excited to read how everything would play out for them.There was a bunch of drama and obstacles standing in their way, but staying away from each other wasn’t much of an option. Liz and Sam are drawn to each other. Their chemistry is just as strong and hot as it was before. And it was obvious that these two were made for each other. I really enjoyed their story.
RATING: 4 out of 5.
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author Lexi Ryan’s novels have been described as intense, emotional, and wickedly sexy. A former college professor, she now writes full-time from her home in Indiana, where she lives with her husband, two children, and a neurotic dog. Find her on Facebook or Twitter to chat about books, TV, and her children’s latest antics.
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