My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 Thrilling Stars
She wanted to find Mr. Safe, but instead Mr. Trill came baring into her life
Megan will be turning thirty in one month and she hasn’t achieved anything on her list. By the age of thirty she wanted to be married with kids and live in a house, but instead, she’s single, lives in an apartment and has two cats. She’s tired of dating the bad boys, the ones who make her feel good, but don’t offer her anything more. She wants to settle down for Mr. Safe. Reed is not Mr. Safe. He’s in the military and jumps out of airplanes for a living. Reed is very attracted to Megan, but can’t offer her what she wants.
Feel the Rush was simply a happy read for me and was very enjoyable.
I totally understand Megan. She’s hitting that major milestone in her life. She’s leaving her young adult years and will be moving forward to her mid-life. At that point, you kind of have to look at your life and figure out what you want. Megan has been burned in the past and is done with bad guys. She decides to change her life and her best friend Eva is there to help her.
I love Eva, she’s a really great best friend and at times, when I wanted to slap Megan for being so silly, Eva was there to kind of reel all the characters in.
When Megan and Reed first meet, it’s like bombs of attraction and who wouldn’t be attracted to man who jumps out of airplanes for a living?! Ummm… HELLO! That is simply HOTT!!! Reed is your adventure seeker and is okay with jumping from cliffs, water-rafting and doing just crazy stuff, which makes Megan very nervous.
the things that scare us the most, are the things that give us the biggest rush
I really liked the tension between Eva and Reed, because to me, it seemed really believable. Megan and Reed have mini-adventures and reading about their relationship form and grow was just sweet. Of course Megan pushes Reed away plenty of times because she’s trained her heart to look for a certain type of man, but the heart wants what the heart wants. Then of course we get into the deeper stuff. We start to understand why Megan is so closed off and why Reed loves doing wild things.
All in all, there’s a nice balance of tug and war between the two characters. If you are looking for a fun, flirty and feisty book, this one is for you.
REVIEW | AMAZON