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Beyond a Proposition
April 19, 2011
Lazy Day Publishing
Skye Kavanaugh’s lonely mundane world shatters when Will Savage, the hot gravelly voiced singer of Ten and Five propositions her. For the first time in her life Skye shoves common sense aside allowing physical attraction to guide her decision. She finds herself besieged by the domineering bad boy and tumbles beyond the boundaries of their agreement into an emotional entanglement. Faced with the reality of Will’s rock n’ roll lifestyle Skye must now make a choice. Can Will be a one-woman man? Or does the allure of a new woman in every town still rule him? Having come to her senses Skye must hold onto her courage and walk away before Will rocks her world beyond repair.
Skye has been divorced for a long time and is lonely. She goes over to a friend's house for a birthday party when the band Ten and Five show up. Will Savage, the lead singer, is known as a ladies man - a girl in every town, so to speak. Skye is shocked he does not have a girl on his arm and he proceeds to try and talk to her. Jake is another member of the band and his wife Cathy, likes Skye and wants to be friends, so Skye gives out her number so they can stay in touch. A few days later Skye gets a text message from Will and this is were the proposition comes into play. Of course Skye knew where he got her phone number: Cathy. Will and Skye are in for a big surprise.
I enjoyed this read. Skye is a character most of us can relate to. She is independent, works hard for her two kids and just wants to find true love. She wants someone to care for her. When she starts this so called relationship with Will she wasn't expecting some of the feelings stirring about. Will is another great character again some can relate to. He wants a friend someone who will listen and someone to comfort him.
There is a twist that makes the ending remarkable. It wasn't what I was expecting, but in a good way. I don't think anyone would be disappointed in reading Beyond A Proposition.