Publisher: Christina C. Jones
Publication date: March 11th, 2020
Price: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $2.99 w/o
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Collision Course contains language that some people may find offensive. This is a high heat level erotic romance.
When an unexpected accident disrupts the life of Samara Holloway a professional dancer, she is back at Blackwood, a place she considers home. Samara is prepared to start over and settle in her new life when an old flame makes an unexpected appearance. It’s Addison Clarke, a rich businessman who can’t keep his eyes or hands off of her. He’s used to turning heads but the woman he desperately seeks is afraid to take a chance on him. Collision Course is a short steamy, erotic romance between to past lovers fate keeps bringing together.
This was my first book from this author after seeing the beautiful cover. I had to read it and I was not disppointed.It was a great reading experience. It starts off with a steamy scene between Addison and Samara, immediately I get a sense of their personality and I could see that Samara is trying and failing to keep her distance from this sexy man. Whenever I read erotic romance I can often visualize what’s happening between two people. Ms. Jones not only described but she engaged my senses. I knew what Addison felt like, what he smelled like and that made me move through the book quicker than I would have liked.
The main character Samara is a beautiful confident woman who works hard for what she wanted. I loved that she didn’t just give up on her dreams for a man and didn’t let her personal feelings control her. I was able to relate to her and there were times I was talking to her as if she was a real person.
I appreciated the change in point of view. I enjoyed listening to Addison’s thoughts. He was madly in love with a woman who developed a sort of unorthodox friendship. Listening to Samara’s thoughts I thought he was a jerk, a sexy jerk but listening to his thoughts how he interacted with family and the lengths he went to get her attention I liked it. Their relationship wasn’t the usual fairytale Prince Charming and I liked that. I loved that even though Addison wanted Samara he gave her some space and he let her come to him in the end.
The only con would be I wish it was longer, I wish I got to see Addison more in his element running his business or some of the other women flirting with him. I had to take the author’s word that he used to have a revolving door of women. No one popped up to try to rekindle anything or try to distract him from pursuing Samara.
I loved reading this book and it opened my reading appetite for the other book in the series. The second book in this series Controlled Chaos follows Addison’s older brother Andre and his love interest Drew Dawson.