Published by Self on 09/22/17
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Joshua Dawson is my best friend's ex-boyfriend. That alone should be reason enough for me to keep my distance. Add in that he's a well mannered, loyal and hardworking artist and I should be running in the other direction.
He's damn near perfect, and I prefer my men hard to love and easy to leave. Josh's only flaw is he wants forever, and for the first time I might want the same. But loving someone doesn’t mean you deserve them.
He's all I want and everything I can't have.
Canvas by Jacob Chance is Josh and Elle’s story. The tension and chemistry between these two has been heating up and it’s about to blow over! This is a standalone book, but is about characters introduced in previous books. It can be enjoyed on its own.
Josh, Elle and Janny were the best of friends. Josh and Janny may have dated previously, but they were better friends than lovers. As time went on, Josh was drawn to Elle. She was tough as nails, strong and independent, but there was a vulnerable side to her as well. I loved Josh, he was strong, determined and an alpha in a very understated kind of way.
Due to a previous relationship that scarred Elle and her almost non-existent relationship with her father, she learned early on not to trust men. She enjoyed men and had a healthy sex life, but was determined to avoid relationships at all costs. But as time went on, her attraction to Josh could no longer be ignored, though she knew in her heart she was not good for him.
After months of the push and pull between Josh and Elle, things were getting ready to explode between them. The once good friends could barely be in each other presence. But once the fireworks exploded, could they find a way to be together or will it lead to the end of them completely?
I loved seeing Josh and Elle finally have their chance. There was so much chemistry between them, even as both denied what was happening. Their journey was not easy, but seeing them grow together was heartwarming. This was another great read from Jacob Chance.