Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Review: ANYTHING FOR LOVE by Lola StVil

Winter just had no luck with dates. Somebody shoot me please.

In trying to get away from a bad first date and an ex, she escapes through the bathroom window and crash-lands in a dumpster, where a man pushes her down from a range of flying bullets.

Office Wyatt couldn’t believe this crazy woman screwed up the whole operation. He should hate her, but he just couldn’t help but be mesmerized by her gaping beauty, even with garbage all over her.

There’s an intense physical attraction between the characters. They both see it, but Winter just doesn’t want to date anyone, not after her last disastrous relationship. After finding out what her ex put her through, you can’t blame her for avoiding men and relationships.

Still, Wyatt was not deterred. I liked that Wyatt, the tough cop, was willing to wait no matter how torturous it was. He just brings a smile to you.

Meanwhile, Winter also runs an after-school program and was trying to stop one of her favorite kids from joining a gang. When Winter puts herself in the line of fire for one of her kids, Wyat will prove that he will do anything for love.

Heartfelt and endearing, story was pretty good, even with a few typos along the way. Of course, the bare-chested guy on the cover was a bit cliché.

My rating: 4 stars

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