Four caskets. Two bodies.
Jessica and Jude Day witness their funeral and that of their parents a few yards away from mourning family and friends. Stripped of the only life they’ve ever known, the Days say goodbye to San Francisco forever.
Six months later, two thirty-year-old misfits with elite self-defense skills and penchants for alcohol, sex, and trouble arrive like an earthquake to Peaceful Woods, a retirement community in Omaha, Nebraska, that thrives on rules and gossip. Welcome home, Jackson and Jillian Knight.
Jackson celebrates his new beginning by embracing his job and wiping his cavalier past clean with a temporary oath of celibacy. But Jillian’s past is branded into her soul—the deaths, the insanity, Dr. Luke Jones, and the need to make her lovers bleed. Her chance for redemption comes in the form of a next door neighbor, one Senior Master Sergeant Monaghan. He’s sexy, dangerously alluring, and riddled with emotional issues from years of service. He’s also … So. Damn. Grumpy.
Their mission is simple: Let go, start over, don't kill anyone, and pray that nobody wakes the dead.
The story has dual plot lines and it'll keep you on your toes with lots of humor, and suspense. Even though it reads from past to future, it's a great book. I found myself snorting in laughter at different parts of the book. Now like anything I'm not going to give it away, cause I want you to enjoy this book and find all the great one liners in it that Greta spouts.
The relationship with Jackson and Jillian is funny and helps out when situations that become serious. Now the bond Jessica and Jillian maintain with their better halves is something. Both couples need each other in a way that makes you love the characters more as you read it. I will warn you this book has funny, twisted, and steamy down to a fine art that makes you flip those pages fast. Well I did warn you I was not going to give much away, I hope my review perks your interest and has you picking up a copy today to read!
This is my first time reading Jewel E. Ann. I highly recommend it!! This book is the first in the Trilogy. I will sure be in line to get the next one that comes out.