Mike Haddican is a proud small-town gym owner, a renowned karate instructor, and all-around good guy. He’s never needed much to be happy: his family, his friends, his girl. Especially his girl. But when Kyra left him seven years ago to chase her dreams, she all but destroyed him.
Contemporary dancer Kyra Brims made it big, but it cost her dearly. With her life and career in shambles, she doesn’t need a do-over, she needs a friggin’ miracle. Injured, broke, and out of options after going through hell, she’s come back to Alden, the town she swore she’d never return to and home of Mike Haddican, the man who ripped her soul to pieces, to lick her wounds and recover.
Forgetting and letting go proved impossible when they were worlds apart; now that they’re stuck together they don’t stand a chance, especially with Mike’s grandma and her partners in crime plotting, meddling and refusing to give up on them.
As the passion that never died burns out of control, so do old hurts and unresolved issues. Both have reasons to be angry and feel betrayed, but now that they’re older, are they wise enough to make things work?
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Sandy B's Review
Deep a Down Good Stuff!Full disclosure -I am a huge Elle Aycart fan. I've read and loved all her books. I really liked Deep Down but did I love it the way I do the Bowen Brothes? No. However, this is a new series and maybe it is unfair to make comparisons.Mike and Kyra are sweethearts. They are young and desperately in love. Until Kyra's desire for a career outgrows their small town life. Mike gives an ultimatum - me or the dream. Through a series of events that leads to a huge misunderstanding Kyra leaves. Fast forward 10 years and they have each experienced success, heartache and life in general. Kyra has come home to lick her wounds so to speak. Is the love these two shared still there? Can it overcome the obstacles? Can they each put the past in the past? There are forces at work here trying to keep these two apart. The spark is certainly still there. No one can write hot as hell sex scenes like Elle Aycart does. She also interjects humor, as she does here with the original OG's (Original Grandmas or Old Gals?). They are hysterical and I adored them!Deep Down is not going to drive you to drink, have you crying hysterically or make you want to fling your Kindle. Yet it is totally hot, sexy, easy read and a great way to pass the afternoon. Like I said, I'm an Elle Aycart fan and will continue to be cause this lady can get your engines going!Elle please bring on the next Bowen Brother. :-)
After a colorful array of jobs all over Europe ranging from translator to chocolatier to travel agent to sushi chef to flight dispatcher, Elle Aycart is certain of one thing and one thing only: aside from writing romances, she has abso-frigging-lutely no clue what she wants to do when she grows up. Not that it stops her from trying all sorts of crazy stuff. While she is probably now thinking of a new profession, her head never stops churning new plots for her romances. She lives currently in Barcelona, Spain, with her husband and two daughters, although who knows, in no time she could be living at the Arctic Circle in Finland, breeding reindeer.
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