Waves of Desire by Lori Ann Mitchell review

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Waves of Desire

About Waves of Desire:
When everything is wonderful a woman shows up with a little boy, claiming he is yours…

Life is good in sunny Seaside Heights, Florida. Sage and Derek continue to split their time between his seaside cottage and the loft above her bookstore, Sequels. Between frolicking surf sessions and equally rigorous sets in and out of each other’s beds, life couldn’t get much better for the loving couple. But that bond is tested when Dana, a woman from Derek’s past shows up on his doorstep one day, bearing a little boy named Archie. But Archie isn’t just any little boy, he’s Derek’s long lost son – one he never knew he had.

Now Sage and Derek must grapple with their own relationship while struggling to help Dana, a struggling alcoholic, find sobriety, all while learning how to be parents to adorable little Archie. With Dana away in rehab, Sage and Derek settle down to play house. But can their carefree lifestyle absorb the added responsibility – and sex-free nights- of raising a precocious toddler? And what happens when Dana emerges from rehab, clean, sober and sexy as hell? Once again, it’s up to Sage and Derek to struggle with life’s capricious whims and endure, their love life stronger – and hotter- on the other side

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Didn’t get to read the third book in this series, but to be honest, I don’t think I really needed to. The Waves of Desire book to me seems like it is a stand-alone book, even if it is not. Waves of Desire is a quick read. I feel like the further I get into the series, the better the writing gets and the more the books seem to be edited. Derek gets a surprise visit by an ex-girlfriend who claims she had a son by him. It throws everyone off, but somehow they all manage to make it work. Sage accepts the situation rather well, which shocks me, as if I was in that situation – I would be freaking out. She is mature beyond her years. Despite everything that happens in Waves of Desire, Derek and Sage manage to stay together and end up coming out stronger than they were before. Instead of being jealous of Derek’s ex-girlfriend, she chooses to be the bigger person and help her sober up, get clean and even takes care of Dana’s son while she’s getting herself back on track.

The book is short and sweet. To be honest, there is not a whole lot to say about it – I did enjoy the book, the writing (and editing) continues to improve, but the book is very short. Honestly, I think I would enjoy the “Waves of…” series a lot better if it was all one book.

Regardless of that, I would still recommend Waves of Desire. It has a decent storyline, an interesting twist, and a nice ending.

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