What I wasn’t prepared for was to be met at the front door by her carrying her sh*t out.
She loves me, but she’s not in love with me anymore. What kind of bulls*it excuse is that? I’ve left her alone too often, I’ve been completely focused on one goal, and apparently she’s sick of waiting.
So here I stand. Half the man I was, p*ssed as f*ck, because while I was busy making a better life for us, she was under the impression I was leaving her lonely. I know one day she’ll see what I’ve been doing has been for us, and when that day comes… She can damn well come crawling back to me.
This is one of those few stories which focuses on the continuous work on the “happily ever after.” Being married doesn’t mean that it will always be roses, wine, and candy; and the minute a couple begins to presume they know what’s best for their significant other, that is usually where the problems begin. They say that money is the biggest reason people break up, and Sketch and Nina are the prime examples of this reason. But when they both start to communicate with each other, they learn that money and riches aren't worth the loss.
Laramie Briscoe is one of my favorite authors. Known mostly for their Heaven Hill MC series as well as her Rockin’ Country series, Sketch is a different style book for her. It is extremely well written and told in first person from the male’s point of view. This is a standalone book and it has just become one of my all time favorites. 5 stars for a romantic tale of two people who learn what true love is.