Sunday, December 24, 2017

Book Review: 'Midnight Heat' by Sarah Grimm


You can’t change the past no matter how much you may want to.
An accident puts Dominic in the ER. The same ER where Rebecca works. Seeing Dominic on the backboard covered with blood freezes her on the spot for a moment until she snaps back to doctor mode to take care of the man from her past.
Dominic is a Black Phoenix bassist with a past and a painful mistake made three years ago. When faced with the object of that mistake in the local ER, he’s bombarded with emotions that he thought he’d long buried.
Now they have a chance to put right everything that they did wrong. A second chance.
I fell in love with the characters from the start to the absolute finish. What I very much appreciated about this book was it didn’t feel like I was reading the second book in this series. The story and the whole book was written in a way that, though I never read the first book, I knew the gist of what happened in that book without feeling like a load of information was dumped.
Also, the way it was written ensured that this readers knew and understood the other characters without veering off topic. I very much liked the band and the feel of family that the band and other friends gave off.
This was an emotional and sexy read.

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