I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jennifer Probst
Released: June 30th 2015
Series: Searching For #4
Published by Pocket Books
“This book is a good blend of life chaos, drama, humor, and of course, pinch of sweetness. ” ~ Under the Covers
Searching for Always is not always perfect. It’s not always wrapped in a perfect box ready for you to open nor readily present when you want it. It takes time, patience and even chaos in your life before finding any kind of always. In this case, the eye opener is the exact opposite of each other.
Arilyn Meadows and Officer Stone Petty met in the last installment of this series. Their connection, though it starts out of annoyance, was strong and obvious that it would turn into something a whole lot more. And with Fate on their side, they will have no choice but face each other head on.
Who knew we would see the flirty Officer Stone Petty whom we met in Searching for Beautiful in a different light. He seemed pretty cool and collected to me but underneath all that cool facade, he has something brewing in him that he needs anger management classes. Lucky for him, Arilyn not only works for Kinnections, she also teaches the very same class. It was intense, funny and a very cute beginning.
Arilyn and Stone cracked me up with their banter, annoyance and the need to avoid each other yet just can’t stay away. There always something that brought them together; an issue, a session, a dog and my favorite, a Girls-night-out party. Believe me, ladies, you don’t want to miss this scene.
I love their love-hate relationship. In fact, it was the oddest union because they are such opposite that it made it a perfect match. Overall, this book is a good blend of life chaos, drama, humor, and, of course, the pinch of sweetness.
“I don’t need a kiss to confirm you’d be a nightmare to deal with…You’re an ex—
smoker, workaholic, anger-ridden, meat eater cynic.”
“And you’re a tree-hugging, naïve, post-world hippie with a God complex…Vegetarian, to
boot. Plus a hardened criminal.”
“I think there was a mistake, ma’am…I’m not a stripper. I’m a cop.”
“Sure, sure, you’re a cop. Take your shirt off, dance a bit, and arrest someone. I promise I’ll tip you extra.”
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