Karla Sorensen delivered the story with a refreshing and enjoyable voice, minced greatly with rich and remarkable characters.
Tate and Rachel's undeniable chemistry was one that seared thoughts in my head and had me wanting to rush ahead as I read this book. I literally did not put it down until I was finished.
It was that good! I'm a sucker for romances of convenience. Although Tate and Rachel vow to stay friends, the undeniable pull between these two is still there just below the surface and agonizingly wonderful to read as they overcome their own head games finding their way to the simplicity of their love.
Can't wait for you all to read it and fall in love just as I have! My favorite kind of romances are those that center around real-life circumstances, but capture the heart of the matter and make the love between the two characters so raw and real. I totally got that with Light Me Up. Accidental pregnancy is one of my favorite tropes and Sorensen did it right. Rachel's sassy and I love that about her. She's also very protective of her heart. Sincere and so wonderfully masculine, he takes Rachel head on.
I can't imagine anyone better for Rachel. I can't imagine anyone better for Rachel than Tate. They're a wonderful ying yang of personalities and its this back and forth, give and take that add so much heat to their relationship. I was first introduced to the main characters Rachel and Tate in By Your Side and had a feeling they would end up together.
I loved Rachel's spunk and couldn't wait to read more about her. We learned a little bit about Tate in her first book, which had me very intrigued. Rachel is beautiful, sassy, witty and full of a fiery temperament. Tate is sexy, calm and reserved.
They couldn't be more opposites but together they make each other better. They both secretly wanted each other and were cautious to act on it, until one drunken night. This book had my feelings all over the place but the feeling I felt the most was frustration. I was so frustrated with Rachel, that I wished Tate would just shake her and tell her to get over it.
I wish Tate was a little more authoritative towards Rachel but know that Rachel most likely wouldn't react well to it. There were moments when I laughed out loud, felt all warm and gushy inside and felt elated because I thought they were finally going to be together. That elation would then turn to frustration. Karla sure knows how to play with my emotions. All in all, I really enjoyed this book and didn't mind the frustration so much because it meant I was invested into the characters.
I find it harder to connect to the characters I've been reading lately. The fact that I could connect to these characters shows that Karla's character development is very well. With that being said, I recommend this book to anyone who likes some angst in their romance.
I'm giving this book a 3. This is my first book by Karla Sorensen and I'm not at all disappointed. In the best and worst way. I loved the characters. I love his devotion and they way he wouldn't give up. But he wasn't unrealistic because he. But he wasn't unrealistic because he still lost his temper in an argument. At times I felt bad for him because it almost seemed impossible. But mostly I just wanted to jump his bones. I also loved Rachel, she was ballsy and funny and brass and bold.
She was a real character and I just enjoyed her. She would love knowing a part of him—of both of them—was growing inside her. I want to sing it from the rooftops. I want to call Sam and Macy too—although Macy said she knew what you were giving me. I told him not to, just because I figured she might torment you. The pitfalls of our best friends being together, I guess.
If he were going to propose to her, I would want to know beforehand. The thought of Ghost and Macy tying the knot made her want to laugh out loud with joy. If most people thought Candace and Brian were an unlikely couple, then those two were damn near impossible to imagine together.
No one who saw how much they loved each other could deny that. I could tell your mom got to you at the party, so I debated proposing that night, but I had to try to see it through. I want you to know that. You totally had me going with the drawing. He gave her an incredulous look. She burned for him, ached for him, and he drew it out until she was near begging for him.
It always reminded her of losing her virginity. He stretched her to her very limits as she clawed at his arms, cried his name.
Just when it was at the edge of unbearable, she lay the vibrator on her clit, her over-sensitized body nearly wrenching off the bed with the sensation. She rolled the vibrator around her clit, teasing it, knowing he watched every move.
When she slipped a little too close to her climax, she moved it away. His hands roamed up her arms, covered her breasts, stroked her nipples with his thumbs. The point of no return was seconds away. Then he stripped the condom and fell on her, shoving into her with a groan that made her heart skip a beat. And he gave her just what she needed.
Their neighbors probably fucking hated them. It rolled her under, wave after wave, leaving her spent and trembling and clinging to him helplessly once it receded. Their breaths rasped in unison. She might have passed out for a minute. Before she realized it, he was kissing her.
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