Violet was looking for a night away from responsibility when she meets Dean Sparks. Later they meet in a whole new way when her teenage brother is assign to the Alpha Dog Training Program, which Dean is leader of. Dean wasn’t looking for commitment or anything, but Violet is not easy to forget and neither is her family. Can two people afraid of commitment find love and acceptance as they find that they both need each other?
What a touching book. Violet is working and going to school. Plus she is the guardian of her brother and sister. She is strong and capable. She’s dealt with hardships such as her mom’s suicide and her dad’s problems. Her brother Casey is hurt and fighting and her sister Daisy is in a bad relationship.
Dean, our hero, is a hot mess. He is working through his feeling about his last mission while running the Alpha Dog Training program for the military. He’s try to get back to fighting oversees, but is that really what he needs? Choices, that is what this book is really about. Choices that each character makes when the time come. Will Dean and Violet make the right choices for themselves to bring them to a happy ever after?
This is the first book I've read by this author but this won't be my last. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a hero.
She was looking for a little fun…
Violet Douglas wants one night where she can be normal. Where she can do something for herself and not be just her sibling’s guardian. So when she spies a tall, dark and sexy stranger, she’s ready to let her wild side roar. The last thing she expects is to see her one night stand one week later, when she drags her delinquent kid brother to the Alpha Dog Training Program.
He wasn’t looking for a commitment…
Sgt. Dean Sparks is used to keeping women at a distance, and yet he can’t resist Violet’s snapping wit or smile. So when he suggests a friends-with-benefits arrangement, it seems like the perfect solution to their undeniable attraction. No emotional entanglement, just mind-blowing sex.
But with their lives becoming more and more entwined, Dean realizes that casual isn't enough for him anymore. And as Violet finds herself leaning on Dean in a way she never has, will her fears put more distance between them? Or can she let go of the past, and take a chance on happily ever after?