This was a speedy read, but well worth it. The author gives enough sensory details on the main characters for a solid background about their present dilemma. There’s Amie, the scorned female, David, the cheater, and Jay, the rescuer who doesn’t play fair when it comes to getting what he wants. This book provided an accurate setting on were most affairs take place, a hotel.
Quick and to the point, but enjoyable and well worth the time of reading.
Quick and hot are two words to describe “Rebound”. Amie has just caught her significant other, David, cheating on her. In the mist of her anger, Amie takes note of sexy, Jason aka Jay, and in a chance meeting sets into motion a sexual encounter with a complete stranger. Or was it chance that had a play in it at all? And once Jay has had a taste of Amie, will he be able to let her go.
The characters were well developed, but they did lack a higher dimensional level to other aspects of their lives.
A darkened room…hurried breaths…frenzied touches…impulsive decisions…
Wanting her on sight, he manipulated a tryst. Angry and betrayed by another, she let him. Mutual desire leaves no room for rationale.
After all, there’s something to be said for a good…rebound.