Heat Rating ♥♥♥♥
April 27, 2016
I am a big fan of the Fast And Furious movies too and I can definitely see where Winter Travers got her inspiration for this book. I mean really. Who wouldn’t want a Dom Torreto look a like in a street racing story? But then again is it the character or the actor playing the character the author was picturing as her muse? Or maybe a little of both? I guess it all depends on what Vin Diesel is like in person. Well on with the review.
For the record, I think I have read DownShift 2 or 3 times since I got it last April. I guess I really like the story line, interesting. Might have something to do with that Fast And Furious thing or it could be that the characters are so freaking awesome. Yeah, Luke is a first-class jack ass but at least he owns when he is wrong. Besides one of his little brothers has him beat in the jack ass department; I won’t tell you which one because you’ll have more fun reading the book. I will tell you there is a doornob in the story who is a real cow faced cow. Then there is Violet, shy and unassuming with huge heart of gold and it is a real shame that Luke waisted so much time being an asshat.
Clearly, I really like DownShift, Oh did I mention that I got the other 2 books in the series to read? They are on my list just not sure when I will get to them.
“One assy moment and I’m gone, Luke.”—Violet
Book Cover Rating ☆☆☆☆☆
Nice cover but I wish I could see more of the car.
The street racer meets the shy librarian.
Luke grew up on the wrong side of the tracks, but that never stopped him from making his dreams a reality.
When Violet stumbles into his shop, Luke knows he’s met his match. But Violet isn’t like most girls. She’s sheltered and quiet, content to live in the world provided by the books she loves so much.
Both ruled by the lessons of their pasts, will their relationship ever get a chance at a future?
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