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Chaos and Control

  

 Chaos and Control
Season Vining
December 11th 2017

 

When Wren Hart returns to her sleepy little Midwest town after years on the road, she finds the last thing she’d ever expect—a reason to stay. And that reason has a hard body, a knowledge of vinyl, and a crooked smile that sends her reeling.

Preston is a gorgeous, mysterious man, whose life is ruled by routine and order. Yet somehow, he finds Wren and her wild ways captivating. While their relationship grows in a delicate dance of chaos and control, the danger Wren thought she’d left behind during her travels is inching ever closer…and just may destroy them both.

 

 

 

Preston and Wren – two truly adoring characters. If a book was ever out to prove that opposites attract then it was this one. These two characters could not have been any more different and yet more perfect for each other. 

I adored the way that Wren wormed herself into Preston’s ordered life. She never judged,  only wondered and I thought this was a remarkable trait. Also, I would have never guessed that a lead like Preston could be so endearing. He was remarkable in so many ways.

Still, I am not sure what was missing for the final spark to ignite because all the ingredients were there for a 5 Star book. In any way, I can recommend it as solid and well-developed story with extremely deep characters. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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