Released: May 22, 2012
Series: Dream Man #4
How can I be so sad, yet so unbelievably over the moon at the same time? See what you do to me Ms Ashley… I am a MESS! So let’s get the sad out the way so we can get to the happy-happy-joy-joy…this is the last in the Dream Man series *cue sad faces* a series that first led to my rabid obsession with anything Kristen Ashley penned. Choc full of four delicious, testosterone fueled, hunky and sweet alpha males and the four women lucky and sassy enough to take them on (plus Elvira) I am going to miss them all and will just have to content myself with rereads and live in the hopes they make a few cameos in future books.So on to the over-the-moon feelings…we finally get to see Tack in his full glory and DAYUM but if she didn’t leave the best till last. Our Motorcycle Man may have started off as a bit of a dickhead, but reading on it all seemed to be part of the plan. Both Tack and Tyra (who I also LOVED, but I will get to that soon!) changed a little in this book or rather Tyra came out of her shell and Tack although he mishandled her a little at first, once he realized what he had in his hand, he knew he had to protect it and in true KA style that is exactly what he did. And the results were so sweet my teeth still ache.
Tyra. What. A. Chick. I mean if I didn’t like her so such I would have to hate her for stealing Tack away from me (hey, don’t take my delusions away from me!) I like that she had the courage to tell Tack to go swivel when he had gone too far and just generally give him sass when he needed it. They were such a perfect couple.
They weren’t only a perfect couple personality wise, but also chemistry wise as well. I don’t if it was just me but this book seemed way hotter then the rest of the Dream Man series. Not that it was drowned in sex, but Tack and Tyra definitely had a lot of sexual tension going on and when they got to it, it was pretty damn explosive!
I pretty much loved everything about this book, and although I am sad it is ending, I am also please that it ended on such a high point.