Heath - Melissa Foster Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Tasty Book Tours.

I had previously read the first book in the Wild Boys After Dark series, that featured Logan and Stormy! This is the second novel on the series, which features Logan's brother, Heath Wild.

Heath is a doctor who has completely focused all of his attention to his job and family. A few years back, when he was still in college, he had dated a girl he loved, but she cheated on him, making him skeptical about women and relationships in general! He preferred to only satisfy his physical needs when the opportunity rose, without getting attached to any of the women involved.

All this changed when he met Ally Jenner. What started as a night of raw passion after a medical conference, having settled that there will be no strings attached, soon became something more. Heath broke his utmost law and asked for her number, refusing to walk through her door with the knowledge that he might never see her again! After finding out that they work in the same hospital, their closer contacts couldn't be avoided anymore, as with their mutual attraction!

But, Ally had been hurt, too, in the past! Will they be able to get past their hurt feelings and establish a loving and trustful relationship? Will they get through the hardships of a relationship, after so many years of having never been closely involved with anyone else?

This novel started in a very hot way, and continued in the same way, with the chemistry of the two heroes being so clear I thought I could completely understand it!
The protagonists themselves were so delicate, but so strong at the same time, I just loved them! And, I deeply adored them for being willing to get past all the hurt they have endured, in order to give a shot to a person they liked so much!

As for the author's writing style? I already knew I would enjoy it, but I hadn't really expected it the pages of this novel to flow by so easily and fast! It was an amazing experience!

All in all, 5 stars for a fantastic read, which perfectly depicted the hurt a bad relationship can cause, and also the effort that two people sometimes have to put into trying to build a loving one!