Thursday, June 21, 2018

My Review of True to You by Jodi Watters

First came love. Then came hate.

Olivia Quinn wasn’t looking for love. Climbing the corporate ladder at Coleson Creek Winery filled her days, and HGTV and a bottle of chardonnay filled her nights. Hooking up with the heir to that winery seemed a bad idea for her heart, and her employment status. But not even a maxed-out Visa could make her say no to a weekend one-night-stand with a soldier who wore rugged and handsome like a tailored suit, and danger like a second skin.

A weekend, that led to a promise of a lifetime. Or so she thought. 

Asher Coleson is former Special Ops and 100% alpha. The sole heir to a family winery he wants jack shit to do with, he’s the strong, silent type, hardened not by the military, but by the aching absence of his one true love. Underneath his aloof attitude and sinewy muscle—all six and a half feet of him—lies a man so loyal to his beloved Olivia, he’s living half a life. And that half doesn’t include sex. He’s a bit... backed up. And not happy about it, either. 

These days, getting lucky means only one thing. Getting his wife back. 

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My Review
4.5 Stars

I was recommended this book in a group on facebook and I'm so glad that I read it. Jodi Watters is a new author to me but I will definitely be reading more of her in the future. This is the perfect second chance romance. It's got the perfect amount of angst, the perfect amount of push/pull, and of course the perfect amount of sexy time.
Ash is a super alpha military man and Olivia is an independent woman who doesn't take shit from anyone.
Ash meets Olivia at his dad's winery event. Olivia works for his dad and for it was basically love at first sight for both of them. Although, I have to say Jodi was able to tell their story in such a way that it really didn't feel like insta love AT ALL.
"On one condition," she said, defying all reason. He dipped his head, agreeing before hearing the terms. "No matter what happens, say you'll remember me. Standing on a patio, wearing a prom dress, looking like I don't belong."
Without giving anything away, basically Ash makes a decision to put his job before his wife and they both suffer severe consequences as a result. I can't wait to read Jason's book next!

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