Review: Closure by Kim Carmichael
There's always the one…
He's one person throughout life you think about every so often, the one who leaves his unique indelible mark on you, the person with whom you need closure.
For Margaret Collins that person was Mike Taylor. After he broke her heart seventeen years ago, she left everything she knew and reinvented herself. With a new home, a new look and a new name, Riley Williams is now an up and coming journalist given the assignment to interview a Mike Taylor. She never suspected he would be her Mike Taylor.
With Mike having no hint of Riley's true identity, she must decide if she will make him pay for sins he doesn't remember committing, or if she can wipe away the past and be with the one man who she has always wanted?
Can she finally have closure?
I received this book to give an honest review.
It was a really good and steamy read. You are following Margaret whose heart was broken from a high school love name Mike. So when Margaret changes everything about herself and even her name who knew she would run back into Mike after all these years. Feelings come back into play for not only her but later on with Mike.
Riley (Margaret) opens her heart to him but at the same time feels guilty because he doesn't know who she truly is. The sex part in the car! OMG!!!! I was like hot damn, wish I had the balls to do something like to that my husband. This author has a way with making you feel close to the characters and writing a sex scene without making you go wow that is over the top. She did a great job. This is about a 2 hour read which anyone can devour quickly, if you are looking for romance with a past that comes around. What can and will happen between Riley and Mike? Can the past be unwritten? Will they have a future?
Kim Carmichael began writing eight years ago when her need for graphic sex scenes and love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. She has a weakness for bad boys and techno geeks, and married her own computer whiz after he proved he could keep her all her gadgets running. When not writing, she can usually be found slathered in sunscreen trolling Los Angeles and helping top doctors build their practices.