Thursday, June 9, 2016

Love in Repair by Nancy Corrigan

Title:  Love in Repair
Series:  Sander's Valley #2
Author:  Nancy Corrigan
Publication Date:   June 14/16 (1st published February 17/15)
Length:  266pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
My Rating: ★★★★★
Book Links: GoodreadsAmazon(US)Amazon(CA)

Back Cover Blurb:

Wyn Sander enjoys the simple things in life—a variety of women, good friends, and working on cars. He’s not cut out for commitment. But with his older brother’s wedding on the radar, Wyn is rethinking his stance on exclusiveness. And he has the brown-eyed, exotic woman who barges into his garage to thank for it.

The sexy Russian socialite manages the impossible—capturing Wyn’s interest for more than a night. She’s everything a guy could want, but she’s made her stance clear. She’s in Sander’s Valley for one purpose—to plan her half-sister’s wedding. In a month, she’ll be gone.

Challenge accepted. But navigating the murky waters of love and relationships isn’t Wyn’s biggest obstacle. Iona’s possessive ex wants her back. Suddenly loving a rich girl might bring deadly consequences. For both of them.

My Review:

Wow! Just wow! Corrigan has definitely blown me away with this novel. The chemistry sizzles, the relationship is real, and the dash of suspense and danger blew the roof off of it. I love how natural and inviting the writing is while at the same time engaging and exciting. Descriptions bring everything to life in a spectacular manner.

Corrigan has created characters who are endearing from the get-go. I absolutely loved getting to know them as individuals, almost as much as I loved them as a couple. The lives of the characters may not be easy but they’re definitely exciting. Wyn reminds me of a big teddy bear. He’s all heart wrapped up in one fine package. Iona is a force to be reckoned with, yet one who has a vulnerable streak as well. Corrigan writes hot sex that cements the chemistry and real emotions between these two while also showing how real everything is.

This was a brilliantly hot novel that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to anyone. It was a great addition to the series but can also easily be read on its own.

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