Monday, June 29, 2015

Don't Walk Away by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy [Review]

 Don't Walk Away by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy
Don't Walk Away (DreamMakers #3) by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: April 17, 2015

DreamMakers
1. All Fired Up
2. Love Is A Battlefield
3. Don't Walk Away - Kindle

Vivian Arend
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Elle Kennedy
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
He wants to rock her world—in bed and out of it

For former Army Ranger Dean Colter, sexual escapades and wild flirtations are the norm—but it wasn’t always that way. Years ago, the DreamMakers co-owner was a one-woman kind of guy until he tore Emma Lee’s heart apart. Yet he’s never forgotten her, and when Emma waltzes back into his life, a second chance is suddenly within his reach…and he’ll be damned if he’ll screw up again.

She wants her world to stop spinning apart

Emma’s no longer the na├»ve girl she used to be. Now a successful designer in the fashion world, she refuses to let Dean’s killer smile and sweet-talking ways distract her from her goals. But being the target of Dean’s full-out seduction isn’t easy to resist, even as the dynasty she’s built teeters toward disaster. This time she might the one who breaks both their hearts when she has to walk away. 
Thoughts on Don't Walk Away: Given what we know about Dean from the previous books (he has a revolving door of women and a well-deserved manwhore reputation), I figured it was going to take someone extraordinary to get him to change his ways. Turns out, Emma is that someone.

Honestly, their story got to me. I can't say I completely agree with Dean's decision to walk away from Emma all those years ago, but I do understand it. And Emma was well within her rights to ignore all his attempts at contact given how he'd broken her heart. Basically, these two had a lot of baggage. A LOT. Good thing their chemistry was raging enough to force them to face their past.

And good thing the sex was smokin' enough to keep them both coming back for more until they'd hashed out all their issues.

Loved loved loved watching Dean fall. Big, tough dudes finding love is always fun to read about. We got the added bonus intriguing side stories with some of the secondary characters that I would LOVE to see play out. Basically, I'm giving this a big thumbs up all around.

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