After finding her sister in bed with her fiancé, 25-year old Lexie Wilkins decides to relocate to southwest Florida to start a new life and escape relationships all together. What she doesn’t expect to find are two attractive kite surfers, who both want her.
So much for Lexie’s vow for her fresh start in Florida: a no wake zone. Having two guys in her life is sure to make waves.
Eddie is the captivating bad boy, who lives next door. Daniel is Lexie’s sweet and ruggedly handsome co-worker. The differences between the two men are just as extreme as their sport…
Who will she choose?
March 29, 2013
Slow No Wake was about a young woman, Lexie who, after being cheated on by her fiance, with her sister, moves across the country to start over. Her plan is to take some time for herself, with peace and celibacy but as with life, plans rarely work out.
As she is moving into her new apartment, she meets Eddie whom she is immediately drawn to. He's the womanizer that a girl just can't resist.
"I don't do two-night stands."
As she starts her new job, she meets Daniel.
He wasn’t the type I normally went for either in looks or personality. He was more reserved and less self-assured than I was used to. He was almost the complete opposite of my ex-fiancé, which was certainly appealing, but there was more to it than that. I felt an inexplicable connection to him even though we barelyknew each other. I was sure that I wanted to get to know him
Daniel and Eddie are polar opposites but she's drawn to both. Her heart wants Daniel but her body lights up for Eddie.
So because this book is short, it lacks the depth that a longer book would. This is more of a novella then a novel. It focuses on the heroine and tends to brush over a lot of details. As long as you understand this going in, you will get swept away with the story and really enjoy it.