Sexy, with an interesting plotline.
Cade Wilson had a promising career as a lawyer until he decided to street race one last time. He almost died that night and although most of his injuries are all but healed, he was left unable to speak. Pretty much killing his chances to become a lawyer, Daredevil couldn’t see but he could talk. So now he’s working as a busboy at his brother’s bar and spending all his spare time fixing up cars and generally ostracizing himself from everyone except for the sexy therapist who stuck by him and won’t give up no matter how much he pushes her away.
Tasha Montgomery could make her life easy. She can finish college and get her PTA degree on her father’s dime or she can defy him and continue with the reluctant Cade Wilson’s speech therapy, an irresistible task to her both professionally and personally because she was there that fateful night and saw Cade almost die and even though she was badly hurt by her cheating ex-boyfriend there’s something about Cade that’s hard to ignore, but can she convince him to take a chance on him and them?
I’m a recent Jessica Lemmon fan and have enjoyed her interesting and sexy plotlines, and Shut up and Kiss Me is most definitely unique in my book. I had never read about street racing lawyers who need oral therapy which is great in Contemporary Romance since it sometimes feels like it follows the same formula with unvarying back drops.
Although I did find Cade’s character a bit off-putting, he was just so angry at everyone, he and Tasha have great chemistry together and a lot of commonalities on which they build their connection that started off as a mostly a love/hate working relationship.
Shut up and Kiss me is book 2 in Lost Boys series by Jessica Lemmon that can be read as a standalone. It’s a quick and fun read, written from both points of view, with a happy ending and interconnecting characters from past books.
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* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via NetGalley. The excerpts are from that copy. *