The New York Times bestselling author of Slow Burn turns up the heat when a sexy bet turns into so much more…
Hawkin Play, the bad boy rock star with a good guy heart, has lived a lifetime of cleaning up after his twin brother’s mistakes. Hunter’s most recent screw-up could land Hawke in jail and risk the band’s future. Hawke agrees to guest lecture at a local college to stay in the judge’s good graces—and a bet with his bandmate to seduce his sexy teaching assistant is icing on the cake.
Quinlan Westin is harder to bed than Hawke imagined. She knows his type and is determined to avoid the rocker at all costs—even if their attraction runs deeper than simple lust.
Just as Hawke might finally be winning over the girl, his brother has other plans. When Hunter realizes his twin finally has a weakness, he’ll stop at nothing to take advantage…
Sweet Ache is a standalone apart of the Driven Series. You
meet Quinlan (Colton’s Sister) in the earlier books.
Quin has not had much luck in the love department. Her past
two relationships have ended with her finding out the guy was cheating on her.
So she made a pack to just enjoy casual sex with no emotions and refuses to be
anyone’s doormat. Romance in not on her horizon. When her mentor puts her face
to face with Hawke all of that may change.
Hawke is the lead singer of Bent. When he was a child he was
witness to a traumatic event that changed his life. Promises were made and he
has done his very best to keep them, no matter what the consequences are. He
was once told that love = weakness. At
what price will Hawke pay to protect his family?
When the two come face to face there is instant chemistry
although he has a funny way of showing it. The sexual tension between them is
off the charts and when they finally come together it is explosive! They
definitely have no problem “fine tuning” things together!
It’s great to get a glimpse at Colton and Rylee in this
book. Also, I LOVE that Kellan Kyle & Griffin make a cameo!!
This book is not my favorite in the series. The book is told
in dual POV. That is great because you need to get in Hawke’s head to
understand his past. It seems that Quin was always saying she was not a doormat
but I feel that is exactly how Hawke would treat her and she would willingly
take him back. There was also too much internal dialog and I found myself
skimming through sections.
This review was prepared by guest reviewer, Chrissy Rhem. An ARC was provided for an honest review.