Release Date: March 25, 2013
Publisher: Entangled: Brazen
Series: Come Undonde #2
Characters: Roxanne, Ian
Age Group: Adult
Buy the Book: Amazon
Synopsis: It was only supposed to last one night…
Roxanne Stokes doesn’t believe in love. She does, however, believe in the sexy-as-sin stranger who literally knocks her off her feet in front of a nightclub. The chemistry sparking between them takes her breath away, and she’ll do anything to ease the pain in his eyes…until she realizes the handsome stranger is her best friend’s older brother who’s just come home from war.
Ian Walser had no idea the gorgeous woman he slept with the night of his homecoming party was his little sister’s best friend—or that she’d be gone before morning. Roxanne’s touch soothes him in a way nothing else can, and he’s not ready to walk away from that yet. Not when spending time with her gave Ian a glimpse of everything he’s ever wanted.
When his sister unwittingly pushes them together, he sees his chance. But convincing a woman who doesn’t believe in love that she’s his Mrs. Right might be harder than any mission Ian’s undertaken. Good thing this soldier likes a challenge…
My Review: Ian and Roxanne were amazing together. They had the perfect amount of wit, spark and spice. They meet at Ian's welcome home party from Afghanistan. The guy is a bit damaged, not surprisingly with all of the horrible things he's witnessed and has lived. Roxanne meets Ian outside of the club where the party is being thrown when he knocks Roxannne over—literally. They get to talking and click. Insert wild, monkey sex a bit later. Before the night is over Roxanne notices that Ian is her bff's brother (she'd never met him before) and she flees like she's on fire. They meet again (duh, seriously Roxanne you really thought it would be possible?) So, anyway they try to have this.... meh relationship seems too solid a word. More like dating a bit. Things are a mess. They're both a bit screwed up and I really loved this like a lot but I'm gonna stop because as I am writing this it's really late and I'm really tired and i feel like I'm rambling, sorry. To end this disastrous review, yes I did like the book.