Spark (Boosted Hearts #4)

Spark (Boosted Hearts #4)

by Sherilee Gray

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Overview

Dex Colton has had enough. Being a Marine no longer on active duty and in desperate need of job was one thing. Living in a new city and working for his estranged family is another. But his brother about to marry his ex girlfriend? At Christmas, the very worst time of the year? Hell no. The only gift he wants right now is for the world to leave him alone. Until the day he visits a hole in the wall bar and sees...her.

It took more courage than she thought possible, but Hattie Sutton finally left behind a career she never wanted, and parents intent on squashing her every dream. Now she's in a brand new city, with a cute apartment and her dream job as a graphic designer. Absolutely nothing is going to distract her from her new path... certainly not the sexiest man-mountain she'd ever laid eyes on. Or one sizzling hot night in his arms.

Both are sure they'll never see each other again. But neither factored in a little Christmas magic...or the meddling Colton family...

Spark is a sexy Christmas novella

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163366033
Publisher: Sherilee Gray
Publication date: 12/05/2019
Series: Boosted Hearts
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 95,318
File size: 455 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Sherilee Gray is a kiwi girl and lives in beautiful New Zealand with her husband and their two children. When she isn't writing sexy, edgy contemporary and paranormal romance, searching for her next alpha hero on Pinterest, or fueling her voracious book addiction, she can be found dreaming of far off places with a mug of tea in one hand and a bar of Cadburys Rocky Road chocolate in the other.

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Spark (Boosted Hearts #4) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
carvanz 2 days ago
Dex was the perfect hero for me. He’s big and burly, broody and introverted. He’s got a past that has definitely left scars and the last thing he wants is to get involved with a woman. But when he lays eyes on Hattie his thinking makes a drastic change. He wants her more than anything but she’s got some family issues to work out and refuses to commit to him. While I loved Dex, Hattie didn’t quite do it for me. She pushed him away so many times and caused him pain and insecurities to the point that it was hard for me to continue cheering for her. I never felt that her reasoning was sound and perhaps that was due to the length of this book not giving us enough background info on her situation or allowing us to actually see what she was dealing with. This is a fast paced read with some extreme, as in EXTREME, heat. There is no doubt that this couple work together outside their issues. If you enjoy a lot of push and pull you’ll love this one.
Timitra 2 days ago
Spark is a quick read. It's cute, sweet and hot. Hattie and Dex's story is a light-hearted Christmas romp that's perfect for this time of year. I enjoyed it and definitely recommend.
MBurton 2 days ago
I have a big soft spot for a hero like Dex. The big, lovable teddy bear that everyone has taken advantage of. The one you just want to find that one person who will treasure him because while he may look all tough and dangerous, he's one of the kindest men you could meet. He'd give you the shirt off his back even if it's his last one. I think it's safe to say I LOVED Dex. The problem with me loving Dex so much is that I got so mad at Hattie several times throughout this book. She's very insecure due to her families constant controlling of her life. She had a lot of trial and error trying to stand on her own feet and poor Dex got the brunt of that. Good thing she made it up to him. Seriously, Dex is every reason you should read this book. If you liked the hero in Breaking Him by this same author, you are gonna love Dex too.
caroldh4 2 days ago
RATING 4.5 STARS Spark is book #3.5 in the Boosted Hearts series by Sherilee Gray. I have loved this series from the start and this holiday novella was no exception. Actually, I’ve been complaining lately that my reading life has lost its sparkle and with this book, I felt it again!! Dex Colton was my very favorite kind of book hero. He’s all grumpy and broody. He’s an ex-marine, forced to leave due to a serious injury. He finds himself taking a mechanic job in L.A. from a cousin he barely knows because he needs a job, a new place to start. He’s sitting in a bar, not looking for company, when he sees “her!” He can’t look away. It’s two weeks before Christmas when Hattie Sutton just had to get out of her quiet apartment for a change of scenery. She was new in town, had only been in L.A. for two weeks. Hattie grew up in a family that felt the need to control her every move, constantly making her feel like she was less than. She finally walked away to start the life she really wanted. She is dedicated to giving everything to her new career and proving that she has what it takes. That does not include being distracted by a man. But as she sat in the bar drinking a glass of wine, she saw him, by far the most gorgeous man she has ever seen. Due to a little bit of meddling, these two find themselves thrown together more than once and the pull between them is not going away. I loved Dex so much and hated the way he had been treated in the past. He definitely had some inner scars and his self confidence had taken a few blows. What I loved, though, is the way he rose above it, not holding a grudge. Hattie had her share of scars on the inside as well at the way her family treated her. What bothered me just a little bit and why this wasn’t five full stars was just that I didn’t like the way she kept running from Dex, even though I understood her reasons. This book was definitely steamy, so sweet, swoony and full of Christmas smiles. We get plenty of updates on the characters from the other books but you could also read it as a stand alone. The whole series is wonderful so I definitely recommend reading the whole thing but you don’t have to. I enjoyed this so much and I hope you decide to give it a try.