Saturday, May 31, 2014

Rett (Custom Culture #4) by Tess Oliver with Review


Rett Synopsis:
Barrett "Rett" Mason has never found the one girl who can tame his wild heart. And sometimes life is just easier and less complicated without love. While working for Kingston Construction, Barrett becomes fast friends with the owner's son, Cole. They have one major thing in common-- their insatiable appetite for women. But when Barrett meets Cole's sister Finley, the easy, care-free, no commitment lifestyle he'd grown used to suddenly loses its appeal. Now Barrett has met his match and the one girl who is just too damn impossible to walk out on.

For several years Finley King has been a slave to the anxiety disorder that gripped her and kept her from enjoying life. Now with the support of her family, friends and medication she is on the mend but the one thing she lacks in her otherwise lush existence as a rock star's daughter is passion. Barrett Mason is about to change that.

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My Review: 5 stars
Tess always writes in such a way that I'm immediately pulled into her book and don't leave until the end. She always succeeds in capturing my full attention on her characters and the story line. I really loved this one, as we've seen glimpses of Rett throughout the series and those glimpses only made me want more. Rett is just as charming as always, but it's different because now he's got that charm focused on Finley, and her alone. He leaves his man-whoring ways behind him without a second thought once he meets her. Finley is different, she's a little broken, but had found her way to herself again. Rett enjoys talking to her, watching her - hell, anything having to do with her, and that's all new for him. I loved seeing how gentle and giving he could be with Finley, not to mention protective. When something goes wrong in Finley's world, it throws both Finley and Rett. Many things happen, not all good, not all bad. There were some unusual twists I did not see coming, but I loved it all. I really am hoping for more in this series, because I have loved every single one. 


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