"If you think you are ready then grab your keys, get in, buckle up, and hold on because I am a hell of a ride."
Kate Huntington is a tomboy by all definitions of the word. She loves her job; working on classic cars. She has no filter over her mouth saying whatever she thinks, but she guards her heart. Men and alcohol are her vices and her coping skills. She spends one night with both her vices nightly that is until she meets Eddie Wellington.
Could he be the key to showing her that life lasts more than a single night?
Edward Wellington is a financial officer who would rather be doing anything else. He wants to be outside of the office and helping others with every breath, but college had cost a fortune and he couldn't leave his job till his debt was paid. That is until he finds a set of classic cars on family land. Those very cars will led him to Kate, and might show him that you can protect others anywhere.
Could she be the one that makes him whole? Could they find happiness together when their lives were brought together because of a lie?
Kate is a livewire, and has no coping skills for life in general. She has all kind of problem coming at her in this novel. Her old ways of dealing with problems are with sex and drinking, but things start to change when she meets Eddie.
Eddie is completely in control of his life, he’s calm and has a good job. Kate’s polar opposite! So, of course they start a relationship, sort of anyway. Kate has a hard time letting anyone in her personal space. This could be a strain on any relationship, but with a livewire like Kate will it make things too much for Eddie to handle?
I loved this book, it was real, real people, real situations. Great character growth and it flowed well. 5 stars!