Blake Bentley had a rough upbringing, never fully believing he was good enough for anything or anyone. After being left with a broken heart by his only girlfriend, Blake swore off relationships for good and turned to the only two things that made him feel sufficient - sex and firefighting.
Tessa Collins was brought up in the traditional "perfect" family - loving parents, great sister, and amazing friends. After falling in love with Jared, her life was perfect - until he betrayed her. She has no idea that his betrayal could end up costing her more than just a shattered heart.
Blake and Tessa have been friends since high school. Never wanting to admit their attraction for each other, the two always remained close friends. Now, three years later, Blake and Tessa find themselves being pulled together by a force much greater than friendship.
Blake and Tessa have promised to be friends forever, but as fate pulls them together, they embark on a roller coaster ride of a lifetime. Will his self-doubt and her insecurities keep them apart? Or will they be able to promise each other always?
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But For The Sexual Scenes This Is Young Adult
Could have been better...3.5 Star Review
This started out with some really cheesy moments, but eventually there were some things that I could really relate too. So, I liked the middle, but by the end it fell kind of flat for me. The cheesy moments made it difficult for me to connect with the main characters fully. The supporting characters were decent, though. Overall it was a fairly predictable NA romance.
I did like it, I just didn't love it.
The scene with her ex and the rescue from it.
This story deals with a couple of subjects that I was able to really identify with, one is jealousy to the point that someone becomes physically hurt. I’ve been in a similar situation, and I don’t know that I could have forgiven him. I don’t feel like it was resolved effectively, and it was mostly swept under the rug. The other is stalking, with this, I feel the author was spot on with the details of it.