Tatum Thompson is living the dream. Her life is perfect; with a loving boyfriend and loving parents, and as a soon-to-be college graduate, how can life get better? Life is good until it isn't. When tragedy strikes, Tatum runs to Josh, only to find him in a compromising position with someone else. Turning away from the only life she knew, Tatum is forced to alter her life plan.
Blaise Richards is a tattoo artist who moonlights as a volunteer firefighter. Lies and deception leave his broken heart closed until the beautiful green-eyed girl casts her spell over him. She's making him feel things he's never felt. Making him want things he thought he would never want.
Tatum wants Mr. Just for Tonight.
Blaise wants Tatum to be his forever.
Can Mr. Just for Tonight convince Tatum that she's the one? How long can Tatum resist Blaise's determination to make her his?
©2014 Kaylee Ryan (P)2016 Tantor
MEH.. It was ok..
I think the narrators were decent.. I've listened to Jillian Macey a lot & Nelson Hobbs had a decent southern accent
Tatum is annoying.. Blaze over and over and OVER again expressed his affection for her just about 98% of the book.. cursed out Beth in front of Tatum.. Tatum has seen is character through and through and all it took was 1 encounter with his bitter ex for her to go nuts.. I know the author needed some drama but really.. that was just stupid.. Having listened to Blaze beg and beg for the entire book then to have that happen just pissed me off.
I love it when the heroine of the story has some damn backbone
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