Monday, March 24, 2014

Cover to Covers by Alexandrea Weis

A man driven by his desires 

Tyler Moore is considered cold, ruthless, and determined to get everything he wants. CEO of a flourishing oil company, he thrives on order and never gives up control to anyone. 

The woman from his past 

Monique Delome has left her unhappy past behind to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. Love is something she believes is better suited to the pages of her novels and not meant for real life. 

Whether in the boardroom or the bedroom, Tyler Moore is always in charge. But when Monique Delome walks back into his life, everything changes. A successful romance author, all the sexy leading men Monique writes about strangely remind everyone of Tyler. Intrigued, Tyler sets out to seduce the one woman he could never forget. Soon Tyler gets more than he bargained for, and his grip on his well-ordered life is turned upside down. 

Tyler Moore is about to find out what happens when a romantic tale jumps from the pages and comes to life between the sheets.

I was given this book for an honest review.
This is an extremely fast read and a good one.  I enjoyed how the author didn't make the lead male a great guy at first, that he was this arrogant guy that thought he was gods gift to woman.  I loved the female lead was strong and independent and didn't need him. I loved that there was a true struggle for them to be together. The author showed depth in both characters which is always great to see.  I was a little disappointed that it was a short book, thought there would be more to their story, and also not a lot of detail in the secondary characters.

More and Tyler met twenty years ago, dated for six months and then it was over.  They then meet up twenty years later and their feelings have not changed.  They still want each other.  So can they make their second chance work?  With some obstacles around and some soul reaching could they make this work?

I loved this author and I hope to read more of her books soon.

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