“Shhh, just let me love you, okay? Don’t think. Just feel.” Down to You, by M. Leighton

 

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5 outta 5 stars!

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Cash & Nash + Olivia = hot as fuck, triangle (sometimes square when you add in Marissa, Olivia’s cousin) but hot-as-fuck none the less.

Nash – Marissa’s boyfriend, promising career as an attorney – works for Marissa’s father’s law firm. Everything you would want in a boyfriend – hot & successful.

Cash – your typical bad boy, tattoo’s – foul mouth – hot as sin – own’s a bar, everything Olivia craves – but is desperate to stay away from.

Olivia is done with bad boys. So when she meets Cash at a bachelorette party – and mistakes him for the stripper she’s obviously embarrassed – but plays along. It’s not until the next morning when she wakes up hung over and finds the same guy in her kitchen – kissing her cousin/roommate Marissa. She’s shocked – and disgusted and rips into him as soon as Marissa is out of ear shot. Olivia learns the hard way that Nash, is Cash’s identical twin brother. Yes a twin – and she learns that Nash is everything she’s been looking for in a guy – and his brother is the one that would break her heart.

Olivia has gone through her fair share of bad boys. Putting herself through school to earn her accounting degree – she wants to move back to her home town and take over her father’s sheep ranch. After her mother divorced her father – and basically abandoned them – Olivia became very protective of her father and their life on the ranch. She wants to do anything she can to help him and keep the business going. She’s very self-sacrificing. She heads back to the same home town to work at the local bar – but when Nash suggests she interview with Cash for a bartending position at his bar – Olivia caves and goes for an interview. Cash puts her through the ringer but slowly realizes she knows what she’s doing – having worked as a bartender and waitress for years. Cash and Olivia have this unspoken chemistry that sizzles through the pages – but as their relationship builds – so does her relationship with Nash.

Nash always seems to find a way to get closer to Olivia – when he’s at their apartment, or be it when Marissa flings them together for a fund-raising event – which gets hot and heavy as the night goes on. Olivia obviously feels the guilt – he’s her cousin’s boyfriend for pete-sake – regardless of the fact that she and Marissa aren’t even friends – she still feels guilty. And hot of his league. Nash is going places – he’s going to become a lawyer – she’s still a bartender and putting herself through college. She can’t help but feel the sting of her mother’s insults – accusing her of wasting her time and life on worthless men.

What’s a girl to do – 2 men – twin’s no less. One is her dream guy – the other is the dream guy she’s had before, but might be the one to sweep her off her feet.

Down to Me is Book 1 of M. Leighton’s Bad Boy’s Series

Book 2: Up to Me

Book 3: Everything For us – Due out September 3rd!

*FAVORITE QUOTES*

“I have no clue. I have ovaries; therefore, I repel all things mechanical.”

“Where did you get that dress?
I stole it from a homeless person,” I say straight-faced. “She was lying right beside the stripper that gave you yours.”

“I’m beneath no man!” she replies harshly. Then, with a mischievous quirk to her mouth, she adds, “At least not without dinner and a drink first.”

“But you don’t get social with your employees,” I remind him quietly.
“I’d made an exception for you.” His face is getting close and closer. Slowly. A centimetre at a time.
“But it’s your rule.”
“I’ll break it for you,” he whispers.
“No, don’t do that,” I say breathlessly.
“Fine, then you’re fired,” he says just as his lips meet mine.”

“He looks down at our joined hands. He rubs his thumbs over my knuckles. “I haven’t felt like I’ve had a real home in years.” Cash pauses and looks up, his eyes meeting mine. They are warm. They are sweet. They are sincere. “Until I met you. You feel like home. And that’s more important than anything else. You’re my home now. You’re what matters.”

 

 

 

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One thought on ““Shhh, just let me love you, okay? Don’t think. Just feel.” Down to You, by M. Leighton

  1. Michelle says:

    I love this review so freaking much! OMG thank you a million times over for reading and for loving these characters as much as I do:). ❤️❤️

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