Review: Reckless by Winter Renshaw

RecklessRecently divorced Maren Greene is surprised by a late night text from a stranger. As it turns out, her best friend gave a complete stranger her cell number. Dante is the totally hot, but too young stranger at the bar during Maren’s divorce party that she refused to approach because of their age difference. The two of them continue to text and talk. They each offer something the other has never experiences. Maren doesn’t give in to Dante’s pursuit easily and he’s sexier than any man she’s ever been with. When they eventually come together its explosive. As their relationship progresses, Maren realizes their age difference no longer matters. However, unexpected ties to former relations are revealed that threaten their current relationship.

Maren and Dante were great together! Dante is a near perfect hero. He handsome, generous, sexy, and great with kids! Every woman’s fantasy! Both the main and secondary characters were very well done. The pace was great and the story was sexy and sweet. The only thing that didn’t work for me was the conflict. It should have been bigger in my opinion.

Overall, I enjoyed this book a lot. It was a quick fun read.

I rate it:  four-stars

**Advance reader copy provided for an honest review**

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