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Monday, January 12, 2015

A Review The Space Between (Walshes 2) by Kate Canterbary

Review by Beverly 

The Space Between (The Walshes, #2)The Space Between by Kate Canterbary
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Swoony, Sexy, Sighing Stars

When I picked this one up I expected to sign and swoon at how sweet it was. What I didn’t expect was to be fanning myself at how completely hot it is. Yes, this story is so freaking hot, throw in the forbidden love - sold!!

The story begins with Andy looking for an internship at the Walshes family architecture firm. She knows all about Patrick Walsh and has not only been attracted to his physical appearance for sometime, but also to his work. She is dying to get this internship and when Patrick attempts to brush her, she doesn’t take no for an answer - that was when I knew I would love this heroine.

Patrick Walsh has enough stuff going on and he doesn’t need the distraction of the hot intern, but when his family stands up for her and insist he hire her or give a great reason not to, he forced to offer her the job. Not long after Andy starts Patrick knows he made the right decision, she is brilliant. The only problem is the attraction that he feels every time she is around.

So here comes the forbidden love part. While Patrick and his family own their firm and he can pretty much do whatever he wants, Andy doesn’t want to date him publicly because it would make her look bad to the family. I completely understand her rationale and the sneaking around just added to my enjoyment - I love forbidden love!

So while Andy and Patrick live out her six month internship the attraction turns into more than sex, as they help each other navigate their lives. The Walsh family has so much going on with the loss of their father and their own work. I really felt for the entire family at the heartache they endured growing up and the effects of Angus’s passing. I loved how Andy was able to step in and help Patrick.

Like I said before I expected a sweet little story, and it definitely delivered, but the steam blew me away. I loved these two together, their chemistry was off the charts and you could feel their connection.

This is the second story in the Walsh family and I haven’t read the first yet, but plan to catch up soon and continue this series. I highly recommend this story about finding love, moving on and growing up.

ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

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