Mistake #1: Sleeping with a friend
Hooking up with Quincy was a no-brainer.
The sexy hot-shot Navy pilot wasn’t on my SEAL team.
I thought she’d be safe for a one-night stand.
Mistake #2: Letting her walk out the door
I realized too late she wasn’t a one-and-done for me.
But now she thinks I’m a player. Okay, she knows I’m a player.
Which is why she won’t go there with me again.
Mistake #3: Wanting to repeat Mistake #1.
Quincy’s on my team. We live in the same barracks.
We’re friends. I don’t want to screw that up.
Being near her is pure torture. I don’t know how much longer I can last
Before I risk the biggest mistake of all–losing her.
This series is hot and though I loved the first two books, Quincy and Kennedy are my favorite couple by far. They have history and a love/hate relationship, plus they’re fire and ice together. Quincy is one awesome badass chick. She’s tough, smart, and a kickass pilot. She doesn’t need anyone, especially not a man, but if she wanted one it certainly wouldn’t be a player like Kennedy. Who cares if he’s irresistible or if the one night they spent together was beyond amazing? None of that matters because she’s determined to resist his charms.
She knows he gets around since he freely admits it. Except he never actually admitted it, he’s just never corrected her assumptions. Quincy may be able to shoot down choppers and can lay out a grown man, but even she has a weakness and it’s the gorgeous man who sleeps down the hall. Kennedy is pretty high on the book boyfriend list. He’s not just hot, but sweet and determined to make Quincy realize what they have, even if she doesn’t want to admit it. These two are all kinds of steamy in between fights and I really love them together. This is my favorite book in the series so far. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.