Sunday, January 12, 2014
Reforming the Playboy by Inara Scott
When Kira Butler was a student at RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), she fell in love with Max Estin. However, she was afraid to give him the full truth, so instead she left the cowards way and headed back to Passion Creek. Five years later, she needs to see Max, because Aunt Polly knew they had unfinished business. Man the power people have beyond the grave. Don't worry there is no ghost, just a smart lady who decided take matters into her own hands before she died. Anyway. Max decides to take his revenge on Kira for leaving him all those years ago by trying to seducing her and leaving her after he has succeeded. Yeah, sounds like a great guy.
What makes this a great story? Actually the vulnerabilities of both characters. Kira has trust issues that stem from abandonment issues. Funny how those go hand in hand. While Max is trying to escape from his poor past. So, they both have to work on their issues, and workout the past. I truly loved Reforming the Playboy, because you this couple who are right for each other, but have a hard time letting go of the past. Then you have the town who is looking out for Kira, because they love her so much. Probably a little too much, but hey that's the life of a small town.
Seriously, Reforming the Playboy is a great read as I said. It's one of those stories I want to shout out and say "BUY IT". Or have the urge to give the whole story away, because I can't keep it in. So, if you are looking for a small town story that will wow you, you might want to give Reforming the Playboy a go.
Copy provided by the publisher