Greg’s been there, done that in the relationship department and not looking for any form of a relationship. I can understand that. But then he meets Tessa and it’s like a lightning bolt. They ordinarily would have no reason to meet, are worlds apart in their lives, but fate threw them together and Greg’s not about to question a good thing. I liked that about him. He just rolled with it and while he wanted the best he figured what’s the worst that could happen?
Tessa is a guarded and committed young woman. She’s had to be. Without a role model growing up she’s gone in the complete opposite direction her mother chose on purpose. When she meets Greg she is amazed; she thought men like him were merely myths. But no, Greg is real and the desire in his eyes is focused on her. While I questioned her sanity in getting in a car with a stranger, I thoroughly liked her spontaneity.
This was a quick, and I mean quick, read. It’s the second in a series about, in my opinion, instant attraction and just knowing the other person is the fabled “ONE”. Greg and Tessa had the added age gap, but Greg was physically in shape (if you know what I mean) and Tessa was mature for her age and had definite goals, unlike most of her peers. That made them meet nicely in the middle. I liked the steam but would have liked maybe a little more. All in all a nice literary escape.
After his divorce, Greg Snow dedicated his life to his work as a corporate attorney in a large law firm and to his membership on the board of directors at Advantage Insurance Company. He liked it that way…at least that’s what he thought until Tessa Mills entered his life.
Growing up with an alcoholic mother and never knowing her father, Tessa Mills has not had an easy life. And her relationship decisions have been less than stellar. But she’s finally making a life for herself and running her own business—a yoga studio. It’s her saving grace and that’s all she needs…until Greg Snow turns her world upside down.
Tessa and Greg have a strong attraction, but is it enough to overcome all their differences?