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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Out of the Blue by Opal Mellon




The gorgeous Justin Pierce feels like nothing more than an object made to please women, whether he chooses to be or not. Five years as head escort at the elite, hands-off Club Blue Escort Agency--and a painful past--are slowly convincing him that's all he's good for.

Molly Harper prefers computers to people. She just doesn't understand everyday interactions. If only emotions could be reduced to binary! But she needs a date for her high school reunion, and a friend recommends the best money can buy: Justin of Club Blue.

Trouble is, Justin and Molly were college best friends. He was always there for her until he disappeared without a word five years ago. When Molly discovers he's the escort, her anger and heartbreak return. Why did he run away? But Justin wasn't escaping Molly. A dangerous figure from his former life was stalking him, and has found him again. This time, he wants a chance with Molly and he's not running.
 
This book was addictive. I looked forward to reading it each time I picked it up. The story was well written, the characters brought to life in such a way that you pictured them clearly as you read. The characters were strong. I love when you think you know what the outcome will be and you are surprised at the end. This was the the second book in The Sunset Series and it definitely can be read as a stand alone book.
 
I loved that Justin was determined to make a life with Molly regardless of the people that was chasing him. It was also nice to see a guy rescued by a women for once. The only complaint that I have is that I wish that Ms.Mellon would have had more romance in the book. So if you enjoy a quick, light read then you should really pick this book up.