Train Wreck by T. Gephart

REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere 

Train WreckTrain Wreck by T. Gephart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm sure we have all felt our life has been a train wreck at some point. Eve's life was running smoothly until she comes home early from work and makes a nasty discovery. Things change dramatically from that point on. She feels a local tattoo artist is going to help her out of her art funk. He opens her eyes up in so many ways. Eve and Josh have a tremendous connection. And as much as Josh wants to be a gentleman and do the right thing, it's too strong for both of them.

There were a lot of things I liked about this book. This couple had some exceptional banter that was so sweet. I loved Eve could work out that if she needed a hero, the first place to look was in the mirror. And also, that the characters weren't arrogant. They each had those self doubts and misconceptions with a new relationship. I felt it made both Josh and Eve very realistic. Even though the story line seemed familiar and I was expecting more humor, this is a book not to be missed. I am hoping one secondary character gets his own book - Dallas' story will be very interesting indeed.

*I received a copy for an honest review.
**Reviewed for JoandIsaLoveBooksBlog.

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