Watch Over Me
Author: Sydney Landon
Reading Level: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Released: September 1st 2015
Gwen Day has never been lucky in love, but now she’s betting on one man ready to care for her like no one ever has…This is an Adult romance novel recommended for ages 18+ due to sexual content and mature subject matter.
Fresh off of the most humiliating romantic disaster of her life, Gwen sees no reason not to get tipsy and throw herself at her sexy bad boy neighbor. But she never expected their one night stand to have consequences that would keep them together...or for his concern to turn into something that feels like it could last.
Dominic Brady has always admired Gwen from afar, and now that she’s single, he has no reservations about saying yes to one wild night. Soon he’s interested in a real relationship. But when their future is uncertain, Dominic is determined to show her that he takes care of what’s his. And that no matter what happens, he’s one man she can’t lose.
Watch Over Me is a great love story! Dominic has always had an eye on Gwen, while Gwen has the worst luck with men. She is used to seeing men walk away from her and into other woman's lives and getting married shortly after. While she has had an eye on Dominic as well, she loved watching him and checking out his body! But she was his best friends girl.. Until one day she gets dumped, then shortly after goes out for a girls night and gets drunk, and is a night that will change her life forever. When she shows up at Dominic and has a wild night with him.
What I enjoyed about this book is it has its lonely times, then has sexy times, as well as lots of laugh out loud moments. Dominic was so sweet to Gwen, treated her right, wanted to take care of her, calling her babe, or baby every time he seen her, bringing her decaf coffee and googling about pregnancy info for (incase) and taking care of those needs as well. Then he turned to his friend for advice and things went down hill for the both because his friend Gage gave bad advice. But it shows that when the two people involved with each other talk and really talk then it all works out the best when you are honest of your feelings.
This book was sexy, funny, and about what happens in real life, when there is