Only With Trust – Review

only-with-trust ONLY WITH TRUST

by: Bree Kraemer

Published: February 12, 2015

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BLURB

Getting a promotion at her job is the best thing that could have happened to Michelle. Not only does she deserve it but it also takes her out from being directly under her current boss, Bryce. Although being under him could have it’s merits. She’s had this insane lust for him for months and she can’t figure it out. He’s so hot but he’s giant pain in her backside. He’s been nothing but rude and emotionless with her the whole time she has worked for him. She pushes it to the back of her mind until one day, she finds out the he also has the hots for her. She wants to trust him but past relationships have taught her that men lie to get what they want.
Bryce had held his desire for Michelle in check for the whole year since he had hired her. Then one day, he just happened to overhear that she might not hate him as much as he thought. Deciding that it’s time to get back in the game after a family tragedy that kept him from getting close to anyone, he makes his feelings known.
Can the two of them navigate a relationship when neither one is ready to trust?

MY REVIEW

I enjoyed this book, but it didn’t hit the mark for me. The sex scenes were super hot, but I wanted more from their relationship. I would have loved to see them flirting at dinner, or walking down the street holding hands. As much as I love the sex, I feel this book was all about it. It was hot, don’t get me wrong, I just wanted more!

At points in the story, I did feel like the writing could have been better than what it was. I felt the ending was a tad rushed, only because the main conflict of the story happens in less than 10% left of the book. It more felt like a tiny hurdle than an actual conflict.

However, I would definitely pick up another book by Bree Kraemer. 😉

*I read this book as part of the Quirky Blind Dates.

Rate 3

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