Thursday, August 23, 2018

Retro Review: Just Drive (Anchor Point #1) by L.A. Witt

Title: Just Drive

Series: Anchor Point #1
Author: L.A. Witt
Publisher: Riptide
Release Date: November 19, 2016
Pages: 248


For Sean Wright, driving a cab in the tiny Navy town of Anchor Point isn’t an exciting job . . . until he picks up just-dumped Paul Richards. A drive turns into a walk on the pier, which turns into the hottest hookup Sean’s had in ages.

After a long overdue breakup, Paul can’t believe his luck. Of all the drivers, he’s picked up by the gorgeous, gay, and very willing Sean. Younger guys aren’t usually his thing, but Paul can’t resist.

One taste and neither man can get enough . . . right up until they realize that Paul is Sean’s father’s commanding officer and the last man Sean should be involved with.

With two careers on the line, their only option is to back off. It’s not easy, though; the sex and the emotional connection are exactly what both men have been craving for a long time. But Paul has devoted twenty-four years to his career and his dream of making admiral. If he’s caught with Sean, that’s all over. He has to choose—stay the course, or trade it all for the man who drove off with his heart. 

4.25 Stars

Somehow I missed this story. I’ve met/read about Paul and Sean in later books in the series, but I’d never read their story until now. What was I thinking? Haha

I really loved Paul and Sean. They had an explosive chemistry and were off the charts hot together. Truthfully, while the story was well-written and definitely enjoyable, it’s mostly filled with smoking hot sex with a little angst thrown in for good measure.

Paul and Sean are both likable guys and they fit together well, despite their 20 plus year age difference. Do I wish the story had had a bit more substance? Perhaps, but I was still thoroughly entertained and found the book hard to put down.

Very enjoyable and definitely recommendable!

*copy kindly provided by the publisher for my reading enjoyment. A review was not required*

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