Lissa's Review: Sweet Girl (Titan #1.5) by Cristin Harber
Publisher: Mill Creek Press
Released: December 12, 2014
Read by: Jeffrey Kafer
Genre: Romance Suspense
Length: 5 Hours, 4 Minutes
Format: eBook, Paperback, Audio
Buy Links: Amazon | iBooks |Kobo
Sometimes falling in love means going through hell... She's a sweet girl. Nicola Hart grew up under the heels of her older brother and his sexy best friend, Cash Garrison. Years of ignoring her spark with Cash has transformed their friendship into a slow burning sizzle. One night with him could ruin everything. Or it could be more than she ever dreamed. They play. They flirt. But they haven't crossed the line because too much is at stake. Family. Friendship. And the deepest kind of love that she'd have to be crazy to walk away from. He can't stay away from. She's his best friend's little sister. The definition of hands off. Cash has tried to ignore her for years. Those innocent eyes and her smile that screams kiss-me-if-you-dare... Instead, he's looked at every pretty little thing who's crossed his path, all to ignore the girl he seems destined to want. But when his hard partying ways get old and everyone at school is interested in Nicola, it's time to stake a claim. To make Nicola his girl, no matter the risks, and hold the hand of the one he really loves. Sweet Girl is the full length prequel to bestselling Garrison's Creed. Before Cash and Nicola can fall in love forever, they have to suffer through their first love.
Five Boundless Stars
Just when I think, I love one of Cristin’s characters. I love another one.
Cash and Nicola have been friends forever. Never really thinking that they would ever get together. Things start to happen that Nicola tries to stop. But there’s no way to stop a connection such of as theirs.
And why would you want it to stop? Cash and his Cowboy hat and the sexy flirty thing he does. Its really hilarious when Nicola gets jealous. Though, I think I would get jealous too ;)
I was listening to the audio version of this. The narrator was really good. I loved his voice. It was really smooth and kind of just took you on this ride. Like I was the fly on the wall.
I laughed often, I mean Cash is hilarious. I think he may be one of my many book boyfriends, Dibs!
I can understand the reluctance at first because you don’t want to hurt any kind of friendship. Especially, since Roman, her brother is his best friend.
“It’s Dangerous to want somebody as much as I want you..”
He’s not the only danger that lurks around. Nicola thinks it’s nothing and Cash doesn’t think much of it.
What would you do to save the ones you love?
This book was beautifully written and I tried not to cry at work while listening to it. I’m sure my co-workers would probably think I was weird. Cristin does it again, has yet to disappoint. Jeffrey Kafer did an amazing job at narration!
"Just like she didn't have to remember to breathe. Loving him was a part of Living"