Wait With Me Written by Amy Daws Narrated by Erin Mallon and Teddy Hamilton
Be prepared for nothing but words of love, adoration, and pure gushing. The amount to which I absolutely loved this book can only be described in one way - this book lands in my top 10 favs of ALL freaking time.
Kate Smith, boring 'ol Kate..but to her erotic romance readers she know by her penned name Mercedes. Working on her latest erotic romance novel, Kate reaches the dreaded writers block until she takes her car in for service at her local Tire Depot and finds her missing vibe. Able to knock out more words than she has been able to pen in a while, partly due to the free cookies and coffee provided in the customer comfort center, Kate can't help but find ways to keep her writing vibe alive. After exhausting her list of everyone she knows who has a car and needs a service she discovers a side employee entrance to her new found writing oasis. Of course, she doesn't go completely unnoticed by every mechanic.
In comes book boyfriend, Miles Hudson. With a view able to see Kate come and go he has to find out why she comes here every day. The attraction is instantaneous, but Mile's is not looking for anything serious.
Kate's plan to use Miles for book research while they keep things in the "friends with benefits" category leads to some laugh out loud moments (seriously I laughed at loud at the gym when I was listening on audio.. people were staring.. it was awkward!) and some of the hottest sex scenes I have read.
This book grabs you, drags you into the world of Tire Depot, and doesn't let you go until the very last second. You will not be disappointed in getting this book, and I give it 5 HUGE gold stars and wish that I could have one of those flashy things from Men in Black so I could read this book again for the first time.
Add this to you TBR pile, or make it your next read.
Happy reading - keep things a little on the naughty side!
About the Author Heather G. is a sassy SEO ninja who's engaged to the man of her dreams. When she's not busy planning her wedding (in a library, of course), conquering the Google game, or spending time with her nephews, she can usually be found reading. A lot.