Lissa's Review: Necessary Restorations (The Walshes #3) by Kate Canterbary
Released: April 15, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 346 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback, Audio
They liked to call me names. Manwhore. Slut. Player. But I make wrong look so right… He's a flawed perfectionist… I can read women better than any blueprint. I understand their thoughts and feelings, their secret desires and insecurities, and I know how to get rid of them once I get off. But all bets are off when Tiel Desai slams into my life. She redefines what it means to be friends, and she makes it sound like the filthiest thing I've ever heard. I can't read the gorgeous conservatory-trained violinist, but she's the only one keeping me from shattering by small degrees, and I can't let her go. She's wildly independent… My past—and New Jersey—are far behind me, and now my life is blissfully full of music: playing, teaching, and lecturing, and scouring Boston's underground scene with an annoyingly beautiful, troubled, tattooed architect. I'm defenseless against his rooftop kisses, our nearly naked dance parties, the snuggletimes that turn into sexytimes, and his deep, demanding voice. I have Sam Walsh stuck in my head like a song on repeat, and I'm happy pretending history won't catch up with me. The one thing they have in common is a rock-solid disregard for the rules. They find more in each other than they ever realized they were missing, but they might have to fall apart before they can come together. It's the wrongs that make the rights come to life
Five Boundless Stars
Sam "Manwhore" Walsh has been hiding his emotions for quite sometime. Easier for him to not feel and get the random BJ. That is until he meets Tiel on an unforgettable day. That's when it all starts for Sam. Tiel is different. She's smart, wild at heart, and has a crazy side.
Just like the other two books in the series, I was engrossed fully. I feel for these characters. Just from what they've been through and their honesty that they have with each other. Now, Tiel was different. A lot different from the other women in the Walsh lives. Because of her family past, it was hard for her to understand the whole dynamic. She would come off a tad bitchy. But I didn't hold it against her.
"Life is too short to waste on things that aren't important enough to be real."
Kate has really made this a great series. She's able to get you emotionally involved with them, feel with them, and understand that life always throws it's curve-balls.
But in the end, it puts you exactly where your meant to be.