Roni’s dreams of becoming a contemporary dancer were smashed under the brutal rage of her ex-husband's fists. Getting divorced and starting over at the age of twenty-two was never her plan, but maybe in Texas, she'll find her path. When the town's local player, Rich, opens a Rec Center, she sees a way to rekindle her dancing dreams...and maybe have a little fun with her sexy new boss.
Rich never expected to fulfill his dreams in the town he planned to leave behind, but that's just what he's doing. His reputation as a noncommittal ladies' man might make it challenging to earn respect in the business world, but he's willing to prove that he's serious. In fact, when it comes to pursuing Roni, he's more than willing. But she's taking a page out of his book, not wanting to risk another relationship. Can he convince her that his playboy days are over and that she can trust him with her heart?
I have been not so patiently waiting for Trust in Me to be released. I’m so happy that it released early. The first two books in this series were so good. I fell in love with each of the characters.
Rich is known as a player and he flirts with everyone. Roni wants nothing to do with him even though she’s strongly attracted to him. I enjoyed how these two danced around each other and when they finally came together the sparks flew.
Roni wants to keep things casual, but Rich is quickly falling in love with her and wants to have more than just a simple fling. Roni’s scared to be in a relationship due to the fact that her marriage to her former husband was a distaster. Hank was abusive to her and Roni doesn’t trust her judgement where men are concerned.
Although Trust in Me is short read it is very enjoyable. This has been a great series. I’m sort of sad it’s finished. I was hoping Ms Lopez might write a story for Alex and Jason.