Monday, 13 February 2017
REVIEW : Rushing Love (States of Love) by Meg Bawden
After a devastating breakup with the man he thought he’d spend his life with, Flynn Webb takes a vacation to a South Dakota dude ranch. It’s something completely different from anything he’s done before, and it helps that it’s as far away from his ex as possible. Trapped in his own depressive thoughts, Flynn is surprised to meet Grayson Harland. Not only is Grayson a sexy cowboy—one fifteen years younger—but he’s the most charming man Flynn has ever met.
Flynn doesn’t have much experience with being seduced, and he has even less with guys like Grayson taking an interest in him—and Grayson is definitely interested. What begins as a fling while visiting iconic South Dakota sights soon develops the potential for much more. But Flynn is afraid that falling in love again so soon—and with a man so much younger—will lead only to another catastrophic heartbreak. Luckily for them both, Grayson isn’t giving up without a fight.
States of Love: Stories of romance that span every corner of the United States. Rushing Love by Meg Bawden
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
It's love at first sight.
I mean, 'really' love at first 'sight'.
Judging by the title, I think I can understand why.
Flynn just broke up from his boyfriend of nineteen years, Brendan (I think), for a younger guy, and desperate to run away from him, he went to a ranch adventure with his best friend.
And he met a twenty one year old Grayson, and boom, love!
I was kinda tired 'hearing' Grayson complimented Flynn how gorgeous and how beautiful he was.
I know he's young and all, but still...
Flynn of course doubted Grayson intention for him, but Grayson is determined and wanted Flynn to 'move in' with him (in just two days knowing him). Oh, a dream came true of course.
Rushing love was rushing the story of a HEA.
And I don't thing the last scene with Brendan necessary, it's like watching a chick flick drama.
Entertaining if you won't over-analyzed everything like me.
This is light, fun, unnecessary drama....if you're looking for this kind of story with HEA, go for it, you'll love it.
* I received the ARC in exchange of an honest and unbiased review.*
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