Book Review: Recklessly

RECKLESSLY by AJ Sand: Wes Elliott just met his match…and she might actually burn his entire world down.

Surfing and sex. This is Wes Elliott's life. And it's just the way he likes it. `
After seeing his parents stay in a loveless marriage his entire life, and burying away a heartbreak from his past, he knows where romance is best left: crappy chick movies. He'd rather lust and eventually leave, and that's exactly what the plan was when he met Lana Langston.

Except…turns out she’s only in it for the thrills, too. She's always only in it for the thrills: life in the literal fast lane on her motorcycle, and the hot nights in forbidden places without the awkward talks in the mornings after. She's Wes Elliott in way tighter jeans.

So, this should be perfect, right?

But the more time Wes spends with her, the more he wants the nights to turn into mornings. And maybe even longer. Suddenly, it isn't so perfect for him anymore. And the things he thought were buried are digging themselves up.

Now Wes is in a lot of trouble.

He’s falling in love with the one girl who might be a bigger risk than even a guy who gets barreled by the most dangerous waves in the world is willing to take on.

Can Wes and Lana figure out a way to make it work? Or is he headed for something far more reckless?

TeriLyn's thoughts: I really love this series. I adored Wes Elliott from the first two books and reading from his POV makes me fall in love with him. He's fun, laid back, carefree; the quintessential surfer boy who's finally met his match. Lana is fun, laid back and carefree too. They meet and fireworks explode. There's no other to describe this book than fun. Their relationship is so easy and downright fun. REFT is the acronym they give to describe it. Their tender moments are heartwarming, their banter is funny, and their passion is off the charts. Wes has met his match and reading of him dealing with his new found emotions was so worth it. We also see a good glimpse into the past and why these two characters are the way are. Even though they are reckless, they keep their hearts guarded. When they begin breaking down each other's walls the story starts turning and it's angsty to read. Wes shows maturity and proves his self worth. The secondary characters are back and great as usual. We get a lot of insight into the friendship that Wes has formed with Dylan and I'm so glad she was a major player here. Abel was hilarious and fiercely protective of his twin. Kai is understanding and there for Wes in a big way. My only complaint is that we didn't get to see Erika and Bryson. A great series!

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