He was a nameless guy in a bar–a man Grace couldn’t get out of her head…
A week later, she came home to find him sweaty and shirtless with a tape measure in hand, remodeling her loft. As a Parker-King, she’s not allowed to want someone like Noah Dalton. She’s sick of her life, though. Sick of the rules of being a Parker-King. She wants something more, even if it isn’t forever. Somewhere in history there was that one time where hot, no-strings-attached sex didn’t end badly, right? Finding comfort in the arms of a former SEAL is easy, not falling for one . . . not so much.
Noah left the military and moved to New York for one reason: his daughter. Not for some uptight businesswoman–a Manhattan elitist. So when Grace offers him the kind of relationship that no hot-blooded man can turn down, he should say no. And when her seemingly put-together life spins out of control, and his instincts to protect and save kick in, he should turn away. But he doesn’t.
Can two people from different worlds really live in the moment, knowing they’re on borrowed time, or is someone bound to get hurt?
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I’m not sure why I’m afraid to reach out to him. Maybe it’s because I feel that I need him.
He makes the monsters go away. I sound like a kid saying that, but it’s true. The darkness slips away when he’s around, and in its place is all this light. Bright and intoxicating light.
And I want it desperately. I want his light to wrap me up and take me away, out of this city.
But we’re both married to this city in completely different ways.
Even if I turn my back on my family for a chance to be with someone like him, he said that he could never give me more.
He was always honest.
But I didn’t expect this, to feel like this.
Until You Were Gone, Chainsmokers
Castle on the Hill, Ed Sheeran
Stay with Alessia Cara, Zedd & Alessia Cara
Blue in Green, Miles Davis
Waves – Robin Schulz Edit, Mr. Probz/Robin Schulz
Everytime We Touch, David Guetta/Chris Willis
Someone Somewhere Tonight, Mark Bloomsteel
Slow Hands, Niall Horan
Something Just Like This – Alesso Remix, Chainsmokers
My Book Review
Brittney Sahin took me on a MAJOR rollercoaster in Someone Like You with so many twists and turns that I did not see coming or going! The book is so well written and captivated my attention and heart throughout the book.
Noah is introduced in the Prologue having him currently overseas about to enter a Navy SEAL operation and my heart just shattered and this is all BEFORE Chapter 1!
I fell in love with Noah & Grace’s mismatched lovers story of the New York City Socialite and Mr. Handyman.
“You are you.”
“And I’m me.”
There are so many things to tell you about the story, but I think it is best going in blind. You are going to LOVE Noah, the Navy SEAL, and all his baggage. You are going to love Grace, NYC Socialite, who is searching for her true self while fighting her past demons and her family ties. This mismatch of lovers are not only just trying to fight an attraction towards each other.
“The goddamn world was against us from the start. We never had a chance.”
There are so many layers in the story that Brittney takes us through slowly peeling it back one layer at a time. Honestly, I have never wanted an author to kill off a certain character before, but there is one person in this book that I need an deadly alternate ending for, please!
Go fall in love with our Navy SEAL, Noah, and see if Grace stands a chance to date this book boyfriend!
“I hold both of their hands as we dance to the music. God, we dance.”