Monday, March 7, 2016

Mayday by Olivia Dade

Wes  wastes no time being blunt, and honest, "he leaned in closer, whispering in her ear. “No, Helen. I want to drive you home. Not to your home. To my home.” I liked how at ease Wes could be when he was with Helen, “put those dimples away,” he told her. “You shouldn’t look so happy after sucking every last bit of energy from an old man like me.” I liked this book, Wes was a good man.

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