After fighting with her boyfriend, Ettie’s only goal is to drown her sorrows in some Jack Daniels. But when she walks into a country tavern, her attention is immediately redirected to the sexy, older man at the bar. He looks lonely, and sad, and absolutely mouth-watering. Ettie can’t wait to put a smile on his face.
For the first time in two years, Wyatt finds himself jolted out of his grief—and by a spunky, vivacious young woman who somehow sees right into his soul. What follows is a passionate weekend full of more life, laughter, and pure joy than he experienced in twenty years of marriage.
Wyatt thought one weekend was all he had to give, yet in the days that follow, he can’t help dreaming up a future with Ettie. And then a chance meeting shatters his hopes, leaving him more lost than ever. Now Ettie must decide whether to walk away, or to fight for the love she knows they both deserve.
Without You Here is the sexy, heartwarming story of overcoming grief, embracing love, and learning to live in the moment.
I received this book as an ARC. I give this book 5 stars. This was an amazing book. Without you here was unlike any love story I have ever read. It had me captured from the start and I could not put it down.
This book was a very hot and sexual read. So, if you don’t like a lot of sexual scenes, than this book is not for you at all. It had a lot of realism to it and I loved that about it. It is also very emotional. So get the box of tissues ready because you will need them.
Ettie breaks up with her longtime boyfriend, Blake one night and goes to the bar and picks up Wyatt. Ettie is 22 and Wyatt is 42. Wyatt is a widower and is dealing with the after effects of his wife’s death two years earlier. He is not anywhere near ready to move on at all and that is the biggest design of the whole book. Ettie is a very strong character and not anywhere near boring or uptight
Great summers read or just when you want to get that orgasmic thing going on. Take this journey with me as I did them. You so will not be disappointed. This is definitely a very good book. One that I will recommend and totally a MUST read!!!