Mike Haddican, proud small-town gym owner and renowned karate instructor, is an all-around good guy. He's never needed much to be happy. Only his family, his friends, his girl. Especially his girl. So when that girl up and left him seven years ago to chase her dreams, she all but destroyed him.
Sure, contemporary dancer Kyra Brims made it big, but it cost her dearly. Now her life and career are in shambles. She doesn't need a do-over; she needs a friggin' miracle. Injured, broke, and out of options, she returns to Alden, the town she swore she'd never see again - and home of Mike Haddican, the man who ripped her soul to pieces - to lick her wounds and recover.
Forgetting and letting go proved impossible when they were worlds apart; now that they're stuck together they don't stand a chance, especially with Mike's grandma and her partners in crime plotting, meddling, and refusing to give up on them. But as the passion that never died burns out of control, so do old hurts and unresolved issues. They're going to have to dig deep down to find forgiveness and the wisdom to move on.
©2014 Loose Id (P)2014 Elle Aycart Productions
I wasn't sure about this one, in fact I had it in my wish list for several weeks before I decided to give it a go...this just proves to me once again that one cannot always judge a book by its cover. I'm so glad I gave it a chance! The OG's are laugh out loud hilarious grandmas. Meddling and crazy with their auto-correct texting issues, they are the comic relief needed to offset the sometimes intense drama between our hero and heroine. The sex scenes are great and although their lack of communication is frustrating at times, the hero and heroine are likable. This book ticks all my boxes, and I cannot wait for the next book in this series! Elle Aycart has become an automatic download for me.
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