This is book three in the series and was not only my least favorite book in the series, but Luke is the worst Blackwell brother, by far my least favorite. Luke "Lucifer" Blackwell and Kayleigh Taylor were high school sweethearts, as soon as Luke graduated he high tailed it out of his small town to try and make it big as musician. Kayleigh was left behind broken hearted and eventually moved on and made a life for herself as a school teacher.
Ten years later Luke is back into town and the moment he sees Kayleigh he's all "hey, lets hook up" (not the exact words, but basically what he says); Kayleigh sees Luke and she gets all ga-ga for him. Seriously, she has a boyfriend and one run in with Luke and she ends up breaking it off with her boyfriend.
I disliked her because the moment Luke comes back trying to act all "hey, lets pick up where we left off", she's all "okay". The characters were no where near likable, the only thing that saved the book for me was Ryder (Luke's big brother and the lead in the first book of the series).
The characters' love for each other just didn't come across as genuine; ten years later Luke decides that he love Kayleigh and Kayleigh realizes she still loves Luke. WEAK!
Rating 3 out of 5