Make it Count by Tamar Sloan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I keep clicking on the stars, but it won’t let me rate it any higher than five! 😉
Casey doesn’t like to touch people, because every time she does, she sees a number – the number of days they have left. After one life altering experience, she’s determined to close herself off from people and their numbers forever.
Until one day a sexy-bedazzler walks into her life. He’s bad news, no regard for death and it’s inevitability. And she can’t stop thinking about him. Like, rivals her food-obsession with his mouth-watering hotness.
Maybe one touch won’t hurt. One brush of skin, one sleight of hand on muscled arms.
Then again, it could change everything.
Love, love, love this book! The romance is amazing (super steamy, but still manages to be clean), and the story had me nail-biting to the very end. Plus there’s plenty of humor, and the food themed descriptions and Australian setting were the perfect backdrop to this summer romance.