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Picking the wrong men is a talent Meagan Mitchell has perfected. She's sweet, confident, beautiful - and single. With her 30th birthday sneaking up on her, she needs a new plan. No more Mr. Wrongs or Mr.Bads. It's time to find Mr. Safe.
Army captain Reed Porter lives for the thrill - an Airborne jumpmaster with a rush addiction. He's sexy and playful, and he quickly tempts Meagan with his rich southern drawl and sinful looks. But slowing down and settling down are not on his agenda, making him exactly the type of man Meagan wants to avoid.
As their undeniable attraction heats up, Meagan has to decide if she's willing to risk everything on a chance at love with a reckless charmer. Is she brave enough to bet her future - and her heart - on Mr. Thrill? Or will Reed finally learn that the feeling of a safe landing is just as addicting as the rush of the fall?
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By Denise on 03-05-14
What made the experience of listening to Feel the Rush the most enjoyable?
The story line, characters and narration all served to entertain from the beginning!
What did you like best about this story?
It was a perfect story to sit back and relax with!
Which scene was your favorite?
No clear favorite scene.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It melted my heart ...... I think the prologue could used some editing ... it fell short of sincere for me, but overall the story was great!
Any additional comments?
This was well worth the money or credit. This is the ideal weekend read.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Mona on 03-18-14
This book is a Romance, truly. I loved that it didn't have the ridiculous banter that can go on in some romance novels where the male and female leads do one another's thinking for them.
The secondary characters are well developed.
This book touches the heart in many ways and I'm so pleased that I found it today and got to hear it! I hadn't heard anything from Kelsie Leverich before, but I will certainly listen now.
Yes! It's worth the credit.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful