Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Review: Freeze Tag
Book Title: Freeze Tag by Danica Avet
Review Rating: 5 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Not everyone finds the love of their life in a game of freeze tag at five years old, but Dahlia Flanagan did when Foster Blanchard caught her. Twenty years later he’s finally realized she’s the woman for him and everything is wonderful, until gossip of Foster's infidelity rolls around the tiny town of Grand Terre, shattering Dahlia’s hopes for the future.
With her world crashing around her, Dahlia breaks up with Foster in the middle of Walmart and makes plans to leave her hometown. She’s heading for a new life, with a new attitude, which includes buying some sexy clothes to prove to herself no skinny skank has anything on her! But the therapeutic shopping trip takes an erotic turn when Foster shows up in the fitting room to convince her that when he tagged her all those years ago, he meant to keep her forever.
This might be a really short book but it was well worth the read. When you read this book you will never think of a dressing room the same any more. You will think about what happened in this book and want to experience it for yourself.
It is sweet to think about two kids playing freeze tag and getting together twenty years later. But when you live in a small town you have to be careful what you do or say because everyone will know in seconds. So when Dahlia hears that Foster cheated on her she lets him have it in the middle of Wal-Mart, and not the way he wants it either.
So in this story the guy makes sure that he doesn't lose the girl it took so long to get. I can't wait to read more books by this author. My life will never be boring again.