In this emotional and sexy New Adult debut from Brighton Walsh, the only thing more frightening than commitment is hope ...
Aspiring chef Cade Maxwell is immediately, viscerally attracted to Winter Jacobson. But it’s not her mouthwatering curves he’s drawn to—it’s the strange emptiness in her eyes. When Cade saves her from a drunken customer with grabby hands, he’s shocked at her response ...
Winter doesn’t need Cade’s help. After a lifetime of getting by on her own, she’s happy to rely on herself. She’s exactly seventy-six days away from graduating college, and if she can hold it together that long, she’ll finally be able to rise above the crappy hand she was dealt.
But now, every time she turns around, Cade is there, ready to push her, smile at her, distract her from her plans. Winter knows she can’t afford to open up—especially to a man she’s terrified to actually want .
Published November 4th 2014
Current GoodReads Rating: 3.81 stars
I enjoyed that the main character was a chef. It gave it a lighter story than the bad guy, drug addicts and alcoholics these stories usually include. I liked also that they had similar but very different background stories but I would have liked more flashbacks or depth into their stories and what made them who they are. Their stories is what makes you fall in love and connect with the characters so much more. The few things that did make me feel a little for their relationship was the persistent and the acceptance but without the love of the characters it didn't fill me up completely but it was a good story line. I gave this book four stars.