Series: Wingmen #4
Published by Self-Published on 11/01/2016
Maybe that old song got it right.
Maybe love can be better the second time around.
When one of my wingmen needs help, I'll do anything for him, including calling in a favor with the one person I swore I'd never speak to again.
Not after I walked away from that life five years ago and ditched the trappings of my success. The keyword being trap.
I left it all behind.
Now the ambitious, brilliant, talented, and undeniably beautiful Roslyn Porter is back in my life. I'm not the same person she knew. I'm trying to be a better man.
No man is an island, but Dan Ashland comes close. He's content with his quiet life on Whidbey, a world away from the rat race on the other side of the ferry.
Dan has three great loves in his life: solitude, pizza, and Roslyn Porter.
I really loved Dan’s character. I like that he was successful but it taught him about what was really important in life. He’s charitable, caring, and down to earth. He doesn’t suffer stupidity and bullshit.
I also liked Roslyn’s character, though I tended to have less patience for her. She kind of lives for the rat race that Dan avoids at all costs and sometimes I wanted to shake her. But overall, she’s very likeable. I wanted the two of them to have what they couldn’t have back then.
I love second chance romances and this one is really well done.
I do have to give full disclosure on this book though. I normally read two to three books a week. It took me two solid weeks to read this book and it’s not long. However, the reason for that has absolutely zero to do with the book itself and everything to do with my crazy work and home life. And the fact that it took me two weeks to read this book I think unfortunately means that I didn’t get to enjoy it the way that I normally would have. I still really liked it, I loved Dan the Silver Fox, and I recommend it. Especially if you’re a fan of Daisy and this series.