4 star review

Review – Don’t Walk Away by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy

Don’t Walk Away
by Vivian Arend and Elle Kenedy



I received an ARC of this book from the Publisher, via Netgalley, this does not affect my opinion of this book or the content of my review.

Don’t Walk Away is the third book in the DreamMaker’s Trilogy. Previous books have been comical and sexy, and I enjoyed them quite a bit. The premise is really the fun part, these former military Special Forces guys get out, and rather than opening up the ubiquitous security agency, they open DreamMaker’s, which is an upscale event planning service for clueless guys who want to impress their ladies.

The last book ended on a small cliffhanger regarding Dean, the unabashed manwhore of the group. There is a mysterious lady, because of course there is. Rather than having another heroine in jeopardy situation, this book takes a different route. Once upon a time Dean and Emma were inseparable, until they weren’t and Dean broke her heart. And it definitely was true love, as you’ll see why when you read it. When Emma happens to move to San Francisco, she inadvertently makes friends with Dean’s best female friend Suz, which of course throw the star crossed lovers into each other’s path. Because of their history together, this book really ramps up the feels when compared to the previous two books. It is a bit angsty, at least to start, because of all the emotional baggage. But their relationship settles in to sweet and caring with a nice side of sexy. And Emma’s secret was a bit…odd, but nothing insurmountable. And, as one of the things I enjoy about this series is the tapestry of relationships it forms, we also got peeks into Suz and Gillian’s future HEA’s, so whatever is happening next in this series looks promising. I am not sure if this series is going to extend past the previously promised trilogy, or if it is going to go into spin-off mode, but either way, color me stoked that there will be more.

This isn’t high literature, it is fluffy and happy and sexy, and they are fairly short books, but it’s a solid and enjoyable series.

4 stars

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