Review – Burn Out (Nashville Nights, Next Generation, Book 4) by Cheryl Douglas

Burn OutBlurb
As the President of Titan Records, Evan Spencer knew he had big shoes to fill when his father, Luc, retired and awarded him the top spot. Fifty hour work weeks turned into eighty hours and his girlfriend, Erika, gave him an ultimatum… either he make their relationship a priority or she’s leaving him. He doesn’t expect her to follow through on her threat, until she does.

Erika Carlton knew his ex-boyfriend, Evan, would be at their friend’s wedding in the Bahamas. One week in a tropical paradise with her ex could be torture. It’s a good thing her new boyfriend is there to act as a buffer.

Evan has a plan. He has seven days and seven nights to prove to Erika that he’s willing to do whatever it takes to salvage their relationship. But when she shows up with a new man, Evan realizes he’s going to have to step up his plan or risk losing her forever.

Evan and Erika put each other thru the ringer. I didn’t think they would ever get it right. I damn sure didn’t think him changing just for her would work, but it was written so well you can’t doubt that it would.

Evan was devoted to his career. He couldn’t let his father down by destroying the company that his father built using his own sweat and tears. He was obsessed with it to a fault. Erika got tired of coming last in Evan’s life and left him, finally facing the fact he wouldn’t change after almost six long years.

What it took for these two to get back together, how much they loved each other, faults and all, makes you believe that everyone has their own soul mate, someone who was created just to love you. Cheryl Douglas gives all single people hope!

Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Slinky

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