From Goodreads: He is looking for the love of his life, she is looking for a little refuge. . Scott Wyatt knows what he wants for Christmas and it comes in a beautiful-voiced, make-his-heart-race, more than tempting package. If only he could see her. Tara Patrick needs a man to make her ex see the light. But when her best friend’s gorgeous brother offers himself for the job, she has to say no. How could she possibly use the blind man who makes her heart flutter and not get hurt in the process? Staring at the business opportunity of a lifetime, Tara finds herself living as close to Scott as one can without sharing a bed. Tara’s ex isn’t happy and he sets out to prove he won’t lose her. But when darkness falls, which man has the advantage, because Scott isn’t willing to let Tara go either.
Warning, this title contains the following: explicit blind sex and graphic language.
What I Loved: Scott was such a delicious guy to read! He was just the right amount of alpha vs vulnerable. He was also YUMMY! The fact that he was blind kind of made him that much more lovable. Tara and Scott had a great chemistry that was fun to read.
Complaint: The ending was way to abrupt! It felt like a whole chapter was left out of the book
What makes this good Holiday read: If you are looking for a short but naughty holiday read this may work for you. It was about getting out of a bad situation into a good situation. Just keep in mind the rather abrupt ending.
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