Gwen Day has never been lucky in love, but now she’s betting on one man ready to care for her like no one ever has…
Fresh off of the most humiliating romantic disaster of her life, Gwen sees no reason not to get tipsy and throw herself at her sexy bad boy neighbor. But she never expected their one night stand to have consequences that would keep them together...or for his concern to turn into something that feels like it could last.
Dominic Brady has always admired Gwen from afar, and now that she’s single, he has no reservations about saying yes to one wild night. Soon he’s interested in a real relationship. But when their future is uncertain, Dominic is determined to show her that he takes care of what’s his. And that no matter what happens, he’s one man she can’t lose.
So What Did I Think of Watch Over Me by Sydney Landon?
Nice, Sweet Romance with Some Spicy Moments.
Dominic and Gwen’s relationship started out with a real enjoyable bang. Dominic was so serious about being with Gwen and I really enjoyed every moment of his courtship of her and the establishment of their relationship. Although their issues quickly became apparent with all of the misunderstandings and assumptions they had going between them. At first I was okay with the conflict but it soon became a bit drawn out and soon I wanted them to just get their stuff together and just talk to each other.
Strong Secondary Characters
The secondary characters mainly Dominic and Gwen’s friends played a strong roll in the story both good and bad to the couple and they really add to the story.
Major Question Dealt With Okay
There was this major question that really drew the conflict throughout the story and held my attention because I wanted to know how Dominic and Gwen would deal with the answer. And in the end I found that they dealt with it in an okay way but could have been dealt with better
Smooth Writing & Strong Emotions
The emotions that they had for each other were very apparent. That being one of the main elements that I really liked about the story. The writing style was smooth and easy, told in third person in both Dominic and Gwen point of view it gave a nice insight to both their views on the situations.
I ending up really liking Watch Over Me by Sydney Landon