Synopsis

As a motocross rider, Taylor Winchester has made a career out of throwing herself headfirst into danger, as fiercely as any of the guys racing against her. But after a brutal crash, she takes a little forced R&R while her injuries heal. Her mom wishes she’d settle down, find love, maybe have a baby or two…but all Taylor wants is to get back on her bike.

She heads to her brother Hawk’s cabin to get a little peace and quiet—but is shocked to discover she’s not the only inhabitant. Ex-military man Travis, her high school crush, has also borrowed the cabin, and the two of them are each too stubborn to let the other one win. Nothing left to do but share the cabin…which quickly leads to sharing a bed! As Taylor and Travis discover that the heat between them is far more than a fling, they both struggle with letting go of control. But if they learn to give a little, what they could win is worth more than any prize…

 

Review

I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This short and sweet novella was a fast read for me. However, I still liked it because it had so many emotions, so it was still a good book all in all, despite the fact that the storyline is not uncommon.

I’ve always seen Melody Anne as someone who writes racier stuff. Who I Am With You is a sweet contemporary romance through and through. Any reader will easily fall in love with the hero. Personally, I liked the hero better than the heroine. I mean, I’m just not that much into heroines who want to prove something to herself at the expense of the ones who love her.

Fortunately, the heroine had a redeeming scene towards the end, so all’s well that ends well in this book. I liked the way this book was written. It was very easy to get wrapped up in the story. The flow was smooth and the development was obvious but not drastic. I even wish it was a bit longer.

 

 

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Her Unexpected Hero

Book 1.5 – Who I Am With You

Book 2 – Her Hometown Hero

Book 2.5 – Following Here

 

 

 

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