Series | KPD SWAT Generation 2.0 #5
Release Date | May 12, 2020
Genres | Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense
Tropes | Second Chance
Format | ARC, eBook
Add to TBR | ADD TO GOODREADS
Buy | Amazon
This is for charity. This is for fun. You are a professional. You can do it.
Those are the words that Calloway Alvarez chants to herself as she watches all the large men gather into the small room where she’ll be doing the interviews for her employer—Hero Magazine.
Honestly, she’s convinced herself that she can’t accomplish the task at hand.
That is until she hears his voice, and her head turns to see him standing there.
Louis Spurlock. Greek god. SWAT officer. Keeper of her secrets. Ultimate fantasy. Man who will break her heart.***Louis Spurlock has been playing nice.
He’s been biding his time, giving Calloway the space she thinks she needs.
But then he sees her taking photos of his friends in all states of undress, talking to them all as if they’re best friends, and that little thread of control he’d been managing to hold onto unravels.
Let’s change it up, she says. And the moment the words are out of her mouth, he’s stripping to his skivvies, and throwing out a challenge while he’s at it.
Calloway won’t know what hit her when he’s through playing.
But he does know one thing for sure. When it ends, she’ll be his.
It’s a new month and LLV has a new book out and I’m forever looking forward to them. May Contain Wine is book 5 in the KPD Swat Generation 2.0 series and expect a little groveling to happen in this. Calloway and Louis are here with their second chance love story.
Thankfully second chance romances have been really hitting the spot for me and LLV does them so well. I guess groveling and the touch of emotions is what I need to get me through a story. With Louis regretting almost instantly breaking things off with Calloway before he enlisted, for years he just waited in hopes she’d come around. But that didn’t quite work out for him like he hoped.
One of the interesting aspects that LLV touched on was severe anemia, which was something the Calloway has dealt with for a long time. I found out I was anemic while in high school, it was never severe for me, but I never knew the lengths of it, if it were severe.
I can’t express this enough, but LLV writes my favorite stories. I’ve loved just about every single one that I’ve read and I can’t get enough of them. She pulls all these different things into her stories while giving us characters that you’ll love almost instantly.
This was another great addition to this series and I am so ready for more!
major thank you to the pr for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.