Lieutenant Will Charleston has waited fifteen long years to show up as anything other than a one-pixel blip on Mackenzie Wade’s romantic radar. If a powerful storm is what he needs to send her into his arms, he’ll take it. Once the hot sex is over, though, she seems determined to kick him right back into the friend zone.
Not this time. This time, he’s going to teach her the meaning of tenacious.
Mackenzie has always had feelings for Will, feelings she fights with all her strength. He’s her best friend, her safety net. The one man who’s not scared of her accursed psychic gift. No doubt he drives her wild in bed, but their night of passion was more than a mistake. It generated a tragic vision of the future, one that leaves her more confused–and afraid–than ever.
Problem is, Will knows her too well. Plus he’s a SEAL to the bone. And they don’t like to lose…
It is the story of Will and Mackenzie who are best friends for fifteen years. Will always wanted more, and though Mac feels the same, she doesn’t admit it even to herself, and she resists him because she is convinced that Will wouldn’t stand the difficulties that come with her accursed physic abilities. But Will is determined to prove her wrong, and “to teach her the meaning of tenacious.”
Well, I’m getting tired of tall, superhot SEALs wanting a serious relationship with a woman, who doesn’t want it with them, because she had a bad experience, or she is scared, or cautious, or… whatever.
Besides Mac’s worries about her abilities, the main problem is whether to cross the line from friendship to romance. Would you cross it for a hot SEAL? Duh. I would drop everything to throw myself into his arms. What the hell is wrong with all these female characters in this series, seriously?
I was irritated by Mackenzie, her continuous tantrums and whining. I just can’t see, other than being incredible in bed, why on earth Will loves her. They have a fifteen-year-long past, but the reader still can’t feel the connection between them, still can’t see the reason for Will’s feelings for her.
No laughter in this story, sadly. Oh, wait, there is, but only due to the appearance of Carson and Holly.
This story is just not for me.
Okay, let’s move on…