Hope and Dylan were together for several years and things were light and easy with no strings until a scare changed all that. Dylan ran and left Hope broken. She turns to Matt for companionship and some sizzle to boot and gets more than she bargained for when she discovers there is so much more to their relationship. I loved Matt. He was head over heels for Hope and wanting nothing more than to love her happy. Then Dylan has a surf accident which brings him back to Hope wanting her in his life again. Things get complicated and scorching hot between these three and I so loved their story.
I give Unbreakable Hope 5 hearts!
About the Book
When you're caught in the impact zone,
the only choice is surrender.
Wild Crush, Book 5
After a monster wave almost kills him, Dylan realizes it was a mistake to put his pro-surfing career ahead of the girl he left behind. Now that he's finally able to give Hope everything she ever wanted, he's stunned to discover she's moved on—with his best friend.
For years Matt has loved Hope but kept his feelings to himself until Dylan went off chasing the pipeline. Matt welcomed the chance to stake his claim. Now that Dylan is back with his heart in his hand, Matt is reluctant to step aside.
When Dylan abandoned their five-year relationship, Hope tried to keep her impulsive, friends-with-benefits fling with Matt casual, but her heart was having none of it. Seeing Dylan alive and whole sends her complicated feelings for both men tumbling into one big, gnarly tangle.
Each man—one steady, one wild—fulfills a different, soul-deep need. They could make it work…if she can convince them to all ride the wave of desire together.
Warning: Features hot MF and MFM sex, bondage, and rough talk with two devastatingly gorgeous Aussie men. Could inspire a need to hang ten. Or eleven, if you catch the drift.
About the Author
Sami wrote her first romantic tales before she'd ever read a romance. In high school she penned stories about all her friends falling in love with fictitious exotic exchange students or reformable bad boys while she should have been listening to the teacher. Some time later (after somehow managing to get through school) she discovered romance novels and wondered how such magical things could have existed without her ever knowing about them.
She spent years writing in an on-again, off-again fashion – writing had become the irresistible rogue boyfriend who wouldn't hand back his house key. Through numerous jobs, marriage, university, more jobs and toddler taming, writing has always been there. Sami is thrilled to find herself published with Samhain and spends her life juggling other responsibilities with the aim of maximising her writing time. It seems an impossible task some days so every page is worth a victory dance.