When the fierce redhead with the beautiful ass walks into the local bar, I can tell she's passing through. And I'm looking for distraction while I'm in town-a hot hook-up and nothing more before I head back to the city.
If she has secrets, I don't want to know them.
If she feels good underneath me, I don't want to think about it too hard.
If she's my future, I don't want to see it.
I'm Blake McKenna and I'm about to teach this Boston socialite how to forget every man who came before me.
When the future I had always imagined crumbles before my very eyes. I grab my two best friends and take a much needed vacation to the country.
My plan of swearing off men gets railroaded when on my first night of my vacation, I meet the hottest guy on the planet. I decide he could be the distraction I might just need.
I'm certainly not going to reveal my deepest secrets to him as we steal away each night hoping no one will notice.
And the last thing I'm going to do is fall in love for the first time in my life.
My name is Mackenzie Locke and I haven't got a handle on men. Not even a little bit. Not until Blake.
Previously titled Love Rehab.
A sexy standalone contemporary romance.
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About the Author
Ruined by bonk-busters and sexy mini-series of the eighties Louise loves all things sexy and romantic. There's not enough of it in real life so she disappears into the fictional worlds in books and films.
Louise loves the rain, the West Wing, London, days when she doesn't have to wear make-up, being on her own, being with friends, elephants and champagne.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great story!!! Wish the ending gave you more of the ending... (trying not to tell the ending,lol) other than that. .. didn't want it to end!
*honestly and voluntarily reviewed this ARC from Social Butterfly PR* I liked this one! It was so sweet, and I loved that McKenzie had her flaws, and was written in a way that didn't come off as annoying, but endearing. Her problems were heartfelt, and Blake was such a sweetheart, with his own problems making him seem more real, which really just made everything else better. Their chemistry of hotness during the rehab week was great and physical, but I also loved that the in-betweens and durings were where they began to help each other. Just a really sweet romance that I'd recommend to anyone who loves a good giggle and tear.
4 - "Find your truth..." Stars! I really enjoyed Love Rehab, Louise Bay delivered up a fresh take on a romance between a couple that find themselves connecting with each other in the most unusual of circumstances. I have to say this was a story with characters that kind of grow on you as it progresses, Mackenzie was a little frustrating in the first half of the book, with her internal rationalizations about love and relationships coming across as slightly old-fashioned and her external reactions to some occurrences a little juvenile, but you get to understand more about her actions and reactions as she reveals more of herself and her background to Blake. What do you do when the guy you are meant to only be having a one night stand with then turns out to be the brother of the woman who is running the retreat that you and your friends have traveled to Oklahoma to take part in, a guy who is also helping out his sister with the retreat, while you and your friends spend five days camping in the wilderness while working through your relationship hang-ups? Well if you are Mackenzie, you deal with the relationship issues during the days, and you spend your nights having hot sex with a non-cowboy while everyone else is asleep! I would lock these Oklahoma nights away in my memory, and only bring them out occasionally to remind me of the woman I wanted to be… I think Mackenzie is a character a lot of people will either love or hate, I would say I came to understand her more as the story progressed, and I liked her more as I came to understand more about her. Blake was an absolute sweetheart, a guy with a few decisions of his own to make, still struggling to understand and believe in his own self-worth, they bought out the best in each other. She seemed to fit here with me – both of us just passing through, lost and looking for something. I really liked the dynamic Mackenzie’s friends bought to the book as well, Rose and Kennedy were both very different in personalities, and also both dealing with their own relationship demons, I hope that at some point the author looks to give them their own stories as well. "You look good in the wild." All-in-all a really enjoyable read, and I look forward to seeing what Ms. Bay has in store for her readers in 2017. This is a voluntary review of an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.