Author: KC Kendricks
Length: Novella (61 pages)
Publisher: Amber Allure, Amber Quill Press Book (May 1st, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5Hearts
Blurb: With a summer storm threatening to ruin his Friday afternoon, Asa Burton packs his briefcase and bolts for home before the driving gets dangerous. On the interstate, stuck behind an accident, he regrets his decision until he sees Ford Weston standing along the side of the road talking to a police officer.
Ford Weston can’t believe his luck, bad and good. First his car gets clipped on the tail end of an accident, and than none other than Asa Burton pulls over and offers him a ride home. Coming face-to-face with the biggest regret of his life leaves Ford off-balance. He’d screwed up with Asa years ago. It was his fault the relationship ended.
Asa can’t believe he’s found Ford again, so why is he angry with himself? Could it be because Ford walked out on him without a word seventeen years ago and he did nothing to stop him?
Asa’s sure of only one thing—Fate just handed him the opportunity to win Ford back—and get some answers.
Product Link: http://www.amberquill.com/store/p/2183-Undeniable.aspx
Review: This is a sweet and rather short story which, above all else, is about love persevering and two old flames reuniting.
Years earlier Ford left Asa heartbroken and had struggled to pick up the pieces after disappearing without a word. Now nearing 40, Ford and Asa meet up again and the attraction is sizzling between them and the sexual tension is palpable.
I really enjoyed the story. I’m finding it difficult to exactly name and describe what made me give this a 3.5. However, I just can’t work it out. As I said this was fun and enjoyable, it just did not dazzle me and pull me in. The only thing I can come up with is that I just couldn’t feel the emotion to connect to the guys. That and I don’t think I was quite convinced by Ford simply running off while he and Asa were first falling in love years before.
Nevertheless, this is well worth the read.
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