Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Review: Two For Love

Title: Two for Love
Author: Lynne Silver
Self Published
Release Date: April 21, 2015
Pages: 121
Buy Link: Amazon

I was provided an ARC copy. All opinions are my own.


Cruising for Love 

When Andi Greene heads out on a cruise, she’s pumped for a fun week of sun bathing with her best friend. Little does she know her best friend has surprises in store. The first is the cruise’s theme of BDSM. The other? Ship’s doctor Jonah Coleman, Andi’s first love, her high school boyfriend —the boy she thought she’d marry before he moved across the country and dropped her cold. But there’s nothing cold about their reunion. Sparks fly, and Andi’s relaxing cruise turns into a week of hot loving. 

Jonah can’t believe he’s getting a second chance with Andi , who might need more than he knows how to give. But he’s willing to put everything on the line to find out if the heat between them is just the remnants of teenage love or more. And even though he has to let her go again, he’s determined she’ll never forget him. 

Waiting on Love 

After a disastrous vacation breakup with the man who was supposed to be The One, KK O'Brien decides she’s done. Love will find her when the time is right. On her flight home, she’s seated next to a male soldier, Aidan Dominguez, whom she ignores, because one: he is male, two: he’s younger than her, and three: he’s on his way to be deployed overseas. When weather grounds her flight, she agrees to a drink with Aidan. After all, he’s leaving the country and she’s done projecting wedding bells onto encounters with men. KK knows this is nothing more than a one-night stand with a sexy soldier. It’s her patriotic duty to send him off to war with a good last memory. 

Aidan and KK have a great night together and they part with the expectation that they’ll never see each other again. A few weeks later, the first email from Aidan arrives. Once she replies, another arrives, and soon an epistolary love affair blossoms where love was never meant to grow. 

Cruising for Love was a cute story about childhood lovers that found each other again on a cruise ship. Andi and Jonah went their separate ways only because they didn't think a long distance relationship would be good for either of them. Being apart for so many years didn't dull their spark though. They were still hot for each other, and it was interesting to read about their encounter.

Jonah thought Andi was into BDSM so he tried to act dominant. I think what men needed to understand about women was that just because we liked a BDSM read, it didn't mean we wanted to re-enact the scenes from the book.

I also really liked the friendship between Andi and KK. That was the kind of friendship I strive for every day.

Waiting on Love was an unexpected story because it involved a younger man.  One thing I loved about reading books in general was that there was no age limit. Reading this story made me forget the age difference for a little bit because the character chemistry was explosive!

This story made me think to myself that if I was KK, I would feel as sexy as if I was the same age as the younger man.

I really liked the humor that was injected in this story. KK was naturally funny and I enjoyed her conversations with Aidan. I mean, even his name was sexy.

If you are looking for a light romance read, I would suggest giving this bundle a try!



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