I have loved Reid, who stole a piece of my ❤, throughout this series. I was dying for him to have his HEA and I was NOT disappointed!! Yes his behaviour in the previous books haven’t been all that great (understatement I know!!) but he has this little boy lost quality – a vulnerability that is so endearing and when teamed with his bad boy gorgousness how can you NOT fall for him??!!
In this story Reid has a car crash whilst driving under the influence. He has his day in court and ends up having to do community service which ironically sees him working on restoring the new house of the family his crime affected. On his first day on this project he meets Dori. Dori is the complete opposite of Reid in so many ways although I have to say it took me some time to warm to her. Maybe I was partly feeling defensive of Reid but I don’t think it was just that. However, despite that, she was self-less, and once her true character and her heart-break and suffering was unveiled and explored I wanted to pick her out the story and put her in my pocket!! I also LOVED how she drew out the REAL Reid who was hidden under the self-destructive persona caused by his home life and adopted perception by others!! Reid was amazing with Dori,he never pushed her and I ❤’d him even more for that!! Their journey was emotional and sigh..yummy!!
“Tell me what to do next, because I’m not sure what you want” – Reid