Lips Close to Mine
Book 2, Wherever You Go
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I wasn't supposed to see Levi Pierce ever again. A few months ago, we had one incredible date. One. That's how I like it.
End of story.
Only it wasn't. Pretty soon everywhere I turn, I see him. Our best friends are dating. My mother mistakenly—and happily—thinks he's my plus-one to my cousin's wedding. And he's the guy I have to work with on the most important job opportunity of my life.
Here's my problem: I like Levi. I like his killer smile, his dreamboat eyes, and definitely the way he makes me feel. But I've sworn off relationships. So when the sexual tension reaches epic proportions, I tell myself it's temporary. When I start to feel more, I tell myself it's over.
Only Levi isn't a forget-it kind of guy. When his lips are close to mine, and he swears he's always wanted me, my defenses disappear. But he's heading off to new adventures an ocean away, and some things in life just aren't meant to be.
Each book in the Wherever You Go series is STANDALONE:
* Talk British to Me
* Lips Close to Mine
* Too Hard to Resist
LOVED this second book in the Whereever You Go series. This is easily read standalone but I think you'd really enjoy the first book, Talk British to Me as well. This is Levi's story and it's fabulous!! Levi and Harper are amazing together. Their relationship is complicated. Well, not really, but Harper has up so many walls it makes it complicated. Levi plans on tearing down every one of her walls and find out exactly what the problem is. It won't be easy but he's certain he's up for the challenge!!
Put this one on the must read list! I highly recommend it.
This second book in the Wherever You Go series can be read as a standalone but once you read it, you'll want to go back and read Talk British to Me!!
Harper and Levi were featured extensively in book one of this series so I have been waiting, sort of patiently, for their story since I read the last page of Talk British to Me. Harper is a swim instructor who is applying for an ambassador position to bring awareness to water safety. A traumatic event in her youth makes her passionate about the topic but also a little weary of letting people get close. Levi is a cameraman who, because of his own experiences, is reluctant to let women get too close. Since their best friends are dating and they have a history with each other, it seems like these two just can't escape the connection that obviously exists between them.
Levi is one of the swooniest lead characters I've ever read. Both Levi and Harper have been through quite a lot and those experiences keep them from just embracing their chemistry instead of holding each other at an arm's length. This book was much heavier on the angst but all of it seemed purposeful and added to my connection to the characters. I'm really looking forward to where this series goes and seeing HEA for everyone in this group of friends.
*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*