“SOME ASSHOLE ASKED me if I wanted to fuck or not!” Dr. Lorraine cried with a hearty laugh, recalling the absurd horror of a long ago first date. “Do you know what I told him?” “You’d fall in love, and I’d fall asleep?” Peyton Mayfield quipped.
Peyton has been broken, she’s recovering but she’s not sure if she’ll ever be the same again.
Reed has lived in the shadow of his father’s dirty past since it was revealed when he was 15.
Two people so alike yet so different, could they possibly save one another?
“So I’d be one of your buffet of women?” “Buffet?” Reed laughed out loud. “Well, that’s what it seems like. Quantity over quality.” “I have my favorites. So it’s not really a buffet.” “More like fast food then? Quick delivery and a fast getaway.” Reed laughed again. “I hope my delivery isn’t too quick!” Peyton rolled her eyes and walked off. “I wouldn’t expect you to be on the buffet,” he called out. She flashed a smile over her shoulder. “Good, because I’m definitely more like five star dining.”
I give this book 4.6 out of 5 stars. I really liked this book in that all the characters were really interesting, even the secondary characters (Like Peyton’s grandma). Peyton had to be the most interesting, and most frustrating of all the characters. She was awesome because she was witty, sweet kind and her humor had a bite to it (her saucy lines made me laugh… a lot); but on the other hand she had issues trusting and she would sabotage her own happiness. I do have to say that out of all the secondary characters Peyton’s therapist Dr. Lorraine was my favorite. She wasn’t in a lot of the book but when she was there she always made me laugh (or she said what I wanted to say to Peyton, sometimes both). This book is a standalone and a definite great read… so check it out 🙂