Falling for Trouble
Becoming best friends when they were younger and helping each other through their horrible childhoods, Sophia Kidd fell in love with Abe Rochester but has never been able to find the courage to tell him. However, after another night of making sure Abe gets home after drinking himself into stupor and getting into a fight, they kiss and she finds herself unable to resist allowing it to go any further.
Abe Rochester has done plenty of stupid things in his life, but hurting his best friend is the last thing he wants to do. However, he can’t seem to help it. After drinking and getting into a fight one night, Abe wakes up the next morning to have no recollection of the night before including having sex with his best friend.
This book was a great story of friends becoming lovers and then the hero not even knowing that the relationship status quo had changed. It made me feel very sorry for the heroine, especially when she realized the consequences of their one night stand. The dialogue was well-written and it revealed how strong their friendship was when Sophia helped Abe after he’d drunk himself into a stupor and then gotten into a fight. Not all friends are that dedicated. The sex scenes were hot and illustrated how great these two are for each other. They’d been through so much, so taking their friendship to the next level was bound to happen, even if Sophia thought that Abe only saw her as a little sister. What I liked so much about both the hero and heroine was how dedicated to their friendship each they were, at least until they hit a snag when they became lovers but Abe couldn’t remember a thing about their night together.
Overall, Ms. Snow has impressed me with the fabulous novel and I can’t wait to read more of her work in the future.