Lissa's Review: Shut Up and Kiss Me (Lost Boys #2) by Jessica Lemmon
PUBLISHER VIA NETGALLEY
RELEASED: December 6th 2016
GENRE: NEW ADULT, SPORTS, ROMANCE
LENGTH: 176 pages
Cade: I tried. I really tried. I should be out of this small town by now, finishing my law degree and partnering up with my buddies, but I couldn’t resist one last street race. Now I’m sidelined in the hospital, and while my injuries will heal, I’m not so sure my voice will return. What kind of attorney can’t talk? Yeah, exactly. I’m afraid that I won’t be able to come back from this... until Tasha Montgomery reawakens every competitive bone in my body. Tasha: I nearly watched Cade Wilson die on that lonely stretch of road. He’s damn lucky just to be alive, even if he doesn’t realize it. I know he’s destined for bigger and better things, but I don’t mind helping him get there as he relearns everything he took for granted. Cade’s a good student, a real perfectionist; I can tell how much his stutter bothers him. But when he lets his kisses do the talking, everything else disappears. And one day, maybe he’ll be able to tell me that he wants me—as much as I want him.
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Shut up and Kiss me, is one sweet, sexy, and steamy read.
Tasha and Cade were brought together by chance. After an awful accident. Tasha stepped in to help Cade, no one even asked. She just knew someone would need her help. She becomes somewhat of a therapist (which she’s going to school for) for Cade. To be able to really speak again.
This is story was written beautifully. It had a lot of heart and the steamy scenes weren’t at all corny (hey! sometimes they can be.) I thoroughly enjoyed it. I didn’t realize that it was the second book in the series, when I chose to read it. But I don’t think it affected the story in any way. But I may go back and read the first.
I loved the real meaning behind Tasha and Cade. It’s really about finding yourself again, after going through something hard. Life can be hard, it throws its curve balls. But when you’re able to get back up and try again is really what matters.
Overall, I give this book Four Boundless Stars.