Wanting to distance himself from his toxic parents, Trent Love moved to the quaint town of Blissville to begin a new life. What he finds is blazing chemistry with a hunky fireman who breathes new life into him.
Fearing they’re too different, Tucker attempts to extinguish the spark between them before it can ignite. How could a simple man like him compete with Trent’s life of wealth and privilege? Knowing you shouldn’t want something doesn’t make it go away, and Tucker’s desire for Trent continues to smolder.
Unwilling to accept their relationship is dead on arrival, Trent puts his resuscitation skills to good use. All he wants is a chance to prove he values Tucker’s wealth of character over meaningless material things. What do you get when you mix fire and oxygen: a five-alarm fire or a prescription for love?
Trent’s commitment to freeing himself from poisonous ties kindles a chain of events that have devastating consequences for both men. Is a relationship forged in fire strong enough to overcome these obstacles or is their love doomed to be just another bitter pill to swallow?
Prescription for love is a small-town, opposites-attract romance. It is the seventh book in the Road to Blissville series but reads like a standalone book. It contains sexually explicit material intended for adults 18 and older.
Prescription For Love is another sweet and sexy installment of the Road to Blissville series. There are a few characters from previous books in this one but this can easily be read as a standalone.
I’ve loved every book in this series and all the connecting ones but for some reason this one fell a little short for me. Not to say I didn’t like it because I did but I had trouble connecting with the characters. Tucker and Trent jump almost immediately into a relationship after being separated for a while after a disastrous first date. I would have like a little more build up. This book is super hot!! There are a lot of really well written scenes and a good amount of sexual tension but not much else happens in this story. There’s some drama towards the end but I would have liked it more if it came up earlier in the story but that’s just my preference.
Overall, this is a good book in an amazing series. I strongly recommend it if you are looking for a steamy, light read.