Sawyer Walker has never run into problems with women. The female population tends to swarm toward him, in fact, and he’s never had a complaint.
But there’s one woman Sawyer has always had his eye on. A woman who won’t give him the time of day. In recent months, it would seem that Kennedy Endsley is opening up to Sawyer, but she’s got a few surprises in store for him. Because, as hard as she finds it to resist the handsome Walker brother, she won’t give in easily. Not when her heart is on the line.
I have to say i have fallen in love with the hot men of the Walker family, who are frankly steamy, sexy, hunks of men. But i also love the Walker parents and all the sisters in laws too.
They are all one fantastic package, full of togetherness, love and kindness. I would just love to be part of this amazing family.
I knew that from the moment Sawyer put that “Will Work for Sex” sign around his neck, in one of the first Alluring Indulgence books that his story was going to be a good one. I like his cheeky chappy personality.
Sawyer and Kennedy are not perfect but together they work so well.
They did have some bumps in the road to overcome, Sawyer had to prove to Kennedy that he wasnt the bully he was back in school, that he has grown up and changed. Kennedy had to learn to trust, and move past her childhood memories, to see Sawyer for the beautiful, kind, generous man that he is.
I enjoyed how the book moves from Sawyer’s POV to Kennedy’s, i like to get inside both characters minds.
We get to catch up with the other Walker brothers throughout this book and what a great catch up it is there are some really beautiful moments for Travis, Gage and Kylie, which made shed a tear or two.
And last but not least there is Brendon’s story, just his story left in this wonderful series, which kind of makes me sad to leave these beautiful hot men with there big loving hearts behind.
That being said i cannot wait to read Brendon’s story he has this broken quality about him.
Author Nicole Edwards never lets you down with her books they pull you in, tear you up inside at times, then piece by piece put you back together, leaving you with the warm and fuzzies inside.
Another 5 star read from this wonderful author.