The boy next door.
Star of my teenage fantasies.
After serving as an army doctor in some of the most dangerous places on Earth, Brandon has finally come home. And he’s brought his cocky, alpha attitude and rugged good looks with him. To my hospital. He’s still a loose cannon and I’m right in his sights.
But instead of begging for him to stop, this good girl is having to stop herself from begging for more.
I thought I put my obsession with this moody bad boy to bed.
It now appears that’s right where he wants me.
I’ve always made good choices.
But this time I’m worried I’ll pick the one that’s bad for me, even if Brandon feels oh so right.
This story was really enjoyable. The chemistry and evolving relationship between Aimee and Brandon was engaging and had me dying to know what would happen next.
The only thing I wish had been better was Brandon’s introduction in the Prologue. The reader is repeatedly told he tormented Aimee, but you only see his friends tormenting her while he ignores her to the point of cruelty rather than actively verbally or physically attacking her. If I hadn’t gone through something similar and worse than her, I would think that her hatred of him was an overreaction.
Aimee and Brandon’s friends are also great characters and if they don’t already have their own stories in the series, they definitely should. I also really liked Dr. Martin Koel, Brandon’s father and Aimee’s father figure.
The story breaks the normal romance novel structure in you have the
About the Author
Taylor Holloway is a bestselling romance author who writes sweet and sexy stories with just enough of an edge to offset all the feels. Her books are specifically Taylor-ed to make you blush, cry, laugh, and swoon. She’s an Austin native with a penchant for bad puns, strong margaritas, expensive shoes, and shiny things. When she’s not writing, she’s working a hilariously bland corporate job, spoiling her husband and cat, or going for long walks in the dark.