Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Frog by Mary Calmes


I don't know why I put off reading this, it's been in the 'to read' shelf of my ereader since it came out last year, but put it off, I did. And then was up until 3AM this morning reading it. I could not put it down!

Weber Yates is the idea romantic cowboy lead and seriously, we should all hate him for being so perfect, but dammit, you just don't. You love him. You love him for all the reasons everyone else he comes into contact with loves him. And it's not like the love you have for someone like J.D. Robb's Roarke, who is perfect too. The love you feel for Weber is just... comforting? Hell, I don't know, it's just different. :) Mary Calmes does a masterful job in her creation of Weber, saving his perfection from being too stellar by making him a wee bit stubborn and a wee bit slow on the uptake about emotions. 

The love of Weber's life, Cy, was also a perfect mix of frustration, patience, understanding and hot sexy. Yeah, the sex scenes were incredibly hot. :) Looking for a comfort read that will leave you with a definite case of the warm fuzzies? Then this is your book. Get it, read it and sigh happily.

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