Back for More

While a confident woman Indy still had insecurities; add in Reno’s age and lack of inexperience and she felt she had no choice but to cut him loose and let him live. Too bad it hurt so much. She was so conflicted and angry when she saw him with Jessica I had to commiserate. The old saying “be careful what you wish for” came to mind.

Young but not a boy, Reno is a self-assured man who knows what he wants, even though everyone assumes he’s too young to have reached that conclusion. When he comes home with a friend by his side, his intent to get Indy back, a few of his plans backfire, but his final goal is within reach.

So the stigma goes, older woman/younger man bad; older man/younger woman a victory. Geesh! I liked Indy and Reno together, but more importantly so did they. They let what they thought others would think get in the way of their feelings for one another and a year later it’s time for the reckoning. Different twists in the bedroom with voyeurism and pegging (which I had to look up) made this a new kind of read for me. Did it make me a little uncomfortable? Maybe, but you learn something new every day. A good read, with a connected book that I didn’t read, but the main characters are an integral part of the story.

Book Blurb for Back for More

Indy Steele is many things, but a fan of commitment isn’t one of them. Sure she’s been with only one man in damn near forever, but no way is there anything other than lust between them. To prove it, she kicks Reno out of her bed and her life, and watches as he relocates to another state. A lonely year has gone by and Reno is back, determined to take more than she’s willing to give.

Reno Sandovar hasn’t stopped loving Indy, not for a second. He’s waited a long time to get back to her and now he wants what he should have had all along—her love. Her excuses about their age difference are just that. He’s hell-bent on showing her that no matter what, he’ll always be coming back for more.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2013 3.50