Tuesday, 6 September 2016

ARC review : Making Waves (Wrench Wars #4) by Marie Sexton

Making Waves (Wrench Wars, #4)


Best friends since they were teenagers, Ward Kent and Dean Zimmerman work together at Reggie’s garage, where the reality show Wrench Wars is filmed. Outside of work, Dean is a notorious player, and as far as he’s concerned, Ward’s the best wingman ever. Little does he know, Ward is much more interested in the gentlemen than the ladies.

Then Dean’s younger brother, Ash, comes to work at the garage. Ash may be seven years younger, but he’s had a crush on Ward for years, and he’s not shy about going after what he wants.

Admitting his best friend and his brother are gay is one thing. Seeing them together? That’s a bit more than Dean can take, and he’s about to force Ward to make a decision: lose his best friend and his job, or give up Ash forever.


My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3,5 stars
I think there's no secret that 'everyone' hates Dane. Duh.
He's a too clingy friend, I mean, come on...Can't a guy have some 'personal life' without him interfere in the middle?
I like how determined Ash to stick with his 'intention' to date Wade and Wade can finally found out how Dane ruined his personal space according to dating.
He probably only have wade as a friend because it's only wade who can stand him? Or, it's probably in my head that he like Wade more than friend? Shrug. who knows?
The ending has an open possibility about what Dane feel about Wade and him dating Ash.
But I hope Wade can get what he'd been missing so far with Dane as a friend.
Not very happy with Dane still tag along with them in the end.
It's a HFN for Wade and Ash. Not too satisfying.

+Review copy was given by publisher for a fair and unbiased review. No high rating required.*

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About Marie Sexton

 Marie Sexton
  Marie Sexton lives in Colorado. She’s a fan of just about anything that involves muscular young men piling on top of each other. In particular, she loves the Denver Broncos and enjoys going to the games with her husband. Her imaginary friends often tag along. Marie has one daughter, two cats, and one dog, all of whom seem bent on destroying what remains of her sanity. She loves them anyway.