For Bryson O’Sullivan, Wishing Well was home. He had a good life with his family and friends but the sexy Irish-Texan knew something was missing and he found it when he laid eyes on her…
Kelsi Robbins was ready to do what no one had ever done for her; make someone else priority number one. And as new guardian for her younger brother Milo, she had enough to worry about. Which meant that falling for him was out of the question…or was it?
He wants nothing more than to be there for her, and she has to be there for someone else, but when love enters the picture, Kelsi will have to decide if Trusting Bryson is worth it all.
Stand-alone Wishing Well romance, complete with HEA--and plenty of heat and heart along the way!
If smoldering hot yet adorably sweet romance stories are your thing, you are going to love Trusting Bryson. It has the sweet 'we take care of our own' small town feeling, yet it has a taste inner city flair. It is strong on family values, friends for life, respecting your elders, and romantic gestures, yet the detailed sex scenes melt the pages, are vigorous, and imaginative. The dual first person point of view gives you the window to the dreams, hopes, and concerns of the protagonists, as well as the lustful yearnings they experience when in close proximity to each other. The characters from the main couple to the people around them are charming and delightful, people you want to spend time with and get to know better.
Bryson O’Sullivan is... perfect. He is just a perfect hero, and he is perfect for Kelsi Robbins, and Kelsi and he are perfect together, and his influence in Milo's life is amazing. Bryson is stubborn, impatient, workaholic, honest, caring man with the softest heart you can imagine. He loves his hometown, his friends, his family, his job, and helps to renovate his parent's house when not sleeping.
Kelsi grew up without knowing parental love or care. She has acted as a mother to her baby brother since she was twelve. Her romantic relationships have left a lot to be desired, and she knows she can not mess the temporary guardianship she finally got with Milo. But Bryson is making it hard to hold on to her plans, the magnetic pull they have is stronger than anything coming in-between them.
Trusting Bryson is an entertaining story, it is fun and delightful, hitting all the three S's with swooning and sighing and smiling. There's a minimum amount of drama and trouble, instead delivering all those good, uplifting, cheerful thoughts and feelings that you get when reading about a delicious romance. The perfect feel-good summer romance to relax with and forget about the worries of the world!
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side