Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Review: Going All the Way by Cynthia Cooke

Going All the Way


After a failed marriage and quitting her high-pressure job, Carrie Steinhem is ready for uncomplicated fun. Love? Not what she’s looking for. She’d rather crash a wedding with her friends and find a hot hookup. The bride’s father is onto her, though. But just as her night out veers toward public embarrassment, a sizzling stranger sweeps in and claims Carrie as his date. 

Potential hookup? Check. If she doesn’t get cold feet first.
Ryan Burton is on the fast track to a promotion…assuming he can avoid distractions and nail this new account. Except the woman he rescued at a friend’s wedding ends up not only being his new neighbor—she’s his client’s ex-wife. And his client has every intention of winning her back. 
Carrie and Ryan would love to leave complicated alone, but when two people share a duplex and irresistible chemistry, temptation—and love—is right around the corner…


Funny, quirky and very enjoyable book. I loved Carrie and Ryan. The starting was brilliant and overall story was quite interesting.

Ryan helps businesses and moves from city to city because of his job. Carrie is taking a break from everything and trying to find her "bliss". They meet by chance and there is instant chemistry between the two. But before things get any more heated, Carrie chickens out. Now Ryan is her new neighbour and there is no way they can avoid each other. Ryan also happens to be working for her ex which makes things a little more complicated for them.

The story flows smoothly and I like all the characters. It was a fun-romantic read.