Wet (Love in Lone Star #1) by Ashley Bostock – Review by Angela Shirley

Wet (Love in Lone Star #1)Wet by Ashley Bostock
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wet: a small town romance follows the development of the relationship between Ryan and Miranda, will her past be the obstacle that stops her having the man of her dreams or is will his reputation more precious than Miranda.

Miranda has lived in Lone Star for all of her life but her reputation from her wild days has always been a weight around her neck, will the town ever see her anything more than that child. She has tried to get her life into shape and with help from Golda who owned the local paper who saw something in Miranda to put her through college. So now being the sole journalist for the local paper Miranda just wants to be normal.

Ryan John is a well respect pillar of the community, local councillor and sole guardian of his twin siblings when their parents died in a tragic car accident. So when at a wedding Miranda literally throws herself at him he can’t deny the attraction between them but unfortunately he believes he can not pursue this relationship as he cannot be tainted by the reputation of Miranda’s past. Although she is forbidden fruit he can’t get her out of his mind and until his sister Brianna offers words of wisdom to him, he then realises that he is just to blame for judging her than the other people in the town.

So as the story goes through the ups and down in the relationship, with also the revelations of Ryan’s family the story twists and turns into a mystery as well as a love story. I enjoyed the way the author writes on the point of view of both main characters with the struggles of both of them in their pursuit of happiness. This is the first book I have read by this author and I will definitely be reading more in the future.

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