What should’ve been an ordinary emergency call turned out to be something extraordinary.
Wanting to distance himself from his toxic parents, Trent Love moved to the quaint town of Blissville to begin a new life. What he finds is blazing chemistry with a hunky fireman who breathes new life into him.
Fearing they’re too different, Tucker attempts to extinguish the spark between them before it can ignite. How could a simple man like him compete with Trent’s life of wealth and privilege? Knowing you shouldn’t want something doesn’t make it go away, and Tucker’s desire for Trent continues to smolder.
Unwilling to accept their relationship is dead on arrival, Trent puts his resuscitation skills to good use. All he wants is a chance to prove he values Tucker’s wealth of character over meaningless material things. What do you get when you mix fire and oxygen: a five-alarm fire or a prescription for love?
Trent’s commitment to freeing himself from poisonous ties kindles a chain of events that have devastating consequences for both men. Is a relationship forged in fire strong enough to overcome these obstacles or is their love doomed to be just another bitter pill to swallow?
Prescription for Love is a small-town, opposites-attract romance. It is the seventh book in the Road to Blissville series but reads like a standalone book. It contains sexually explicit material intended for adults 18 and older.
Road to Blissville Series, Book 7
Release Date: 05.18.19
Cover Design: Jay Aheer/https://www.facebook.com/Simply-Defined-Art-1622658254619778/
Photographer: Wander Aguiar/http://wanderaguiar.com/
Don’t be nervous. Don’t be nervous. Don’t be nervous. “Fuck!”I exclaimed when I drove past Tuck’s house. I looked in my rearview mirror and made sure no one was behind me before putting my car in reverse and backing up so I could pull into his driveway, hoping Tuck hadn’t seen me flake out. At least I stopped a safe distance from his truck instead of ramming into the back of it. Calm the fuck down. How many chances do you think Tuck will give you, moron?
I looked at the potted orchid sitting on the passenger seat beside the bag with orchid food and the spray bottle of stuff the lady working at the florist counter recommended I buy. I’d purchased two of everything—one for Shirlene and one for Tucker. Doubt started to creep in, and I started second-guessing my decision to buy him an orchid. Some men liked flowers and others got insulted. I didn’t want him to think I assumed he liked flowers just because he was gay. I just thought they were beautiful and exotic like the way I felt every time Tucker’s eyes devoured me. No one had ever looked at me quite the way he did, and I craved it. Damn it. I was overthinking things again.
I took a calming breath and exited the car with the pot in one hand and the bag of supplies in the other. Tucker met me at the door before I had a chance to knock. A wry grin spread across his face. “Did you have trouble finding my house?” Shit.
“You don’t get to tease me,”I told him. “If you saw my stupid stunt, then you were watching out the window for me.”
“I was watching for you,”Tucker admitted shamelessly. “I’ve been looking forward to this since we made plans. I was hoping an emergency didn’t pull you away.”
I was stunned silent by his confession. What was I expecting from Tucker? Hesitance? Signs of him second-guessing himself? Doubt? The truth was I expected to see all those things warring for dominance in his dark eyes. His honesty startled me and bolstered my courage.
“I brought you an orchid.”
“I see that,”Tuck said, smiling warmly then stepping aside to allow me inside his house.
Tucker and Trent…
I didn’t remember them, and I know that each one can be read as a standalone, I just didn’t remember anyone from previous books in the series, so I may have to go back for a refresher. Maybe my mind is just slippin, I dunno…
But, Trent and Tucker had gone out once before…things were good with them, but to Tucker, they seemed to be in different tax brackets, and after a fancy date at a nice restaurant, Tucker let his own insecurities cause him to run.
While Trent went away to do some Doctors without Borders, he hoped to come back and try again with Tucker, as he never let him stray too far from his mind.
Things are cute with these two…there wasn’t a lot of back and forth, which I loved. You could tell they had amazing chemistry, and they didn’t play games or second guess a whole lot. They’re mature and sweet together, and I enjoyed reading about their do-over.
I also loved the secondary characters, the friends and co-workers, as well as Tucker’s, grammie, and Trent’s sister and brother-in-law. Plus, guys with cute animals or babies is a enough to make me swoon, even if their dialogue is a bit cringe at time…I hope i never actually talk dirty and call someone’s hole a “pucker”… it did not sound sexy to me in the least…but other than that tiny tid bit…everything between them was super hot, or super sweet. It was all just so cute.
In saying that… Trent’s parents are minions of all that is evil. I honestly do not understand someone’s thought process or how they thought that whole scenario would go over well at all. They can’t even blame it on wanting what’s best for Trent, because nobody can be that delusional, can they?? Well…they were.
I am glad it ended the way it did with them but I was hoping for some more karmic justice. They got off too light if you ask me. The way they came in and hurt Tucker? I was proud of Trent for sticking up for his guy, and it just made him that much more charming. It puts a little bump in the road, but as I said…these two are mature and wasn’t about playing games or doubting each other, or any of the usual plot lines, and I enjoyed that in all the chaos, they leaned on each other, and talked things out…..
And the ending was so cute, and I was glad they got to share it with all the people who mattered. Very good addition to the series.
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Ever since she was a little girl, Aimee Nicole Walker entertained herself with stories that popped into her head. Now she gets paid to tell those stories to other people. She wears many titles—wife, mom, and animal lover are just a few of them. Her absolute favorite title is champion of the happily ever after. Love inspires everything she does, music keeps her sane, and coffee is the magic elixir that fuels her day. I’d love to hear from you.