For those of you intrigued by the incredible cover, just to clear it up for you, this isn't a ménage story. Such a shame. However I did find it entertaining to re-write it in my head as a MMF story. Anyway, to the book...
Neva lost her dad 10 years ago in a drunk driving accident. She has never been able to get over it and it has ruled her life...how she sees herself, how she functions, and how she loves. She has, however, muddled through it with the help of her brother and his best friend, Logan.
Logan is exactly what you want in your brother's best friend. Hot, sculpted, affectionate, and fun. He's always been there for Neva protecting and holding her when her nightmares are at their worst. Oh yeah, and he's a man whore. OK, maybe you wouldn't want that quality, but you can't win them all.
Logan and Neva's feelings for each other finally begin to surface, but there's a problem...bad boy Angel. Fasten your seat belts and keep your hands and feet in the car at all times because from here the ride gets bumpy and there is a sharp drop off in the form of a cliffhanger. So don't expect any kind of resolution.
So, what did I think? This is my style of book. I like high drama, triangles with hot men, and ooey, gooey, angsty goodness. This book certainly has those qualities. Something got in the way of my enjoyment though...tears. Lots and lots and lots of tears. Silent tears. Loud tears. Falling down on the ground tears. Sobbing. I got that Neva was dealing with some heavy things and CLEARLY her decision making skills and reasoning ability were greatly impaired, but please, just stop crying! I know I'm being a little flip here and certainly Neva had reason to be sad, but at some point it got in the way of the enjoyment of the story and my connection to her.
Regardless of the waterworks, I'm invested enough in the story that I'll be looking for book 2 in the series. 3.5 wet stars