Cami Broussard has her future all figured out. She'll finish her senior year of high school, then go to work full-time as an apprentice chef in her father's French restaurant, alongside her boyfriend, Luke. But then twenty-year-old ex-Marine Julian Wyatt comes to live with Cami's family while recovering from serious injuries. And suddenly Cami finds herself questioning everything she thought she wanted.
Julian's all attitude,
challenges and intense green-brown eyes. But beneath that abrasive
exterior is a man who just might be as lost as Cami's starting to feel.
And Cami can't stop thinking about him. Talking to him. Wanting to kiss
him. He's got her seriously stirred up. Her senior year has just gotten a
lot more complicated…
My Thoughts on the Book
4.5 stars This is a
debut novel for Sabrina Elkins and it was delicious. It is a very sweet
story about healing emotionally and physically and of finding yourself
as well as a very yummy love story. The characters are great and I seem
to always love books where the characters start off hating each other (
or at least we think so) Julian helps Cami and Cami helps Julian and we
are hungry for more the entire book. In certain parts of the book I
craved more emotional confessions but over all it was done really well. I
will be following Sabrina and putting in an order for her next book.