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Just A Number (Downtown) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 256 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Dash and Willow are very similar in their outlook on life, both are high powered business proffessionals who believe is easy sex with no ties or details.
After a brief drunken encounter in a bar they reconnect in a retreat where he is teaching yoga and she’s on sabbatical. After at home fate seems to keep throwng them together but is the chemistry enough or is there more. Throw in a bunch of madcap friends on both sides and you have the perfect sweet, funny read.
This is the first time I have read a book by this author but I can guarantee it won’t be my last, just hope that there is a follow up featuring Thomasina.
Star Rating - 🌟🌟🌟
In this story we meet Willow Dane. A confident, corporate woman set on proving her father wrong and showing him women weren't just meant to be home makers and wives, they could be successful in business. Because of this Willow has never had time for a man.
We then meet Dash Oliver. Handsome, yoga instructor using meditation to escape from his busy work life. Due to his hectic schedules he has never settled for one woman and has a lot of casual flings.
Fate works in favour of our 2 characters throughout the story first bringing them together on a relaxation retreat, but fate doesn't stop there. Unable to forget each other they meet several more times until they realise they should maybe give into their hesitation and see what happens.
I enjoyed the story for the most part. The pace was good although it dragged slightly in places but this didn't put me off wanting to continue. Aside from our 2 main characters there were several supporting characters of which I found some to be relevant but others just felt a bit like fillers and I couldn't understand why they were involved. There were a lot of descriptive sections in the book but for me the scenes with Dash and Willow sharing intimate moments, lacked some of that description and I found myself wishing there was more!
Overall I did enjoy this story and give this a 3.5 stars.
Dash, on the other hand, has always been pretty laid back in his sexy, rockstar-yoga-guru lifestyle. He also has another side of himself that only a few know about. Dash has always been somewhat of a nomad in his adult life moving from yoga retreat to yoga retreat all around the country.
When one drunken night in a club, Willow unknowingly falls into Dash. She leaves quite the impression on him despite the brush departure. When they later reconnect, unknowingly to Willow, they agree to just have fun...no sharing of names or private infirmation. For each other they'd be just a number, nothing more, nothing less. When it all gets to be too real do they suck it up and play or run with their tails tucked? Let's just say that it all makes perfect sense when it all unfolds.