I love a good second chance story and Take Me Back is a well written story with a good flow and interesting characters. You’ll find my four-star review after the recipe for this book.
Kat and Dane ate a lot of seafood and fish in the book, and I decided to cook something along those guidelines. Exotic fish are hard to find here, so I used fillets of Baltic Herring and tried to recreate the exotic part with the taste of this dish. So oven baked Baltic Herring and lemon risotto it is.
This book has been waiting to be read for six months on my Kindle. I wish I’d read it sooner because it was good!
Kat and Dane have been married for two years. Two busy, work-filled years. The weekend getaways and exotic resorts of their time of dating are only a distant memory.
Dane has booked them an anniversary trip, their last shot to find out whether their marriage still had a chance. Boarding that plane to paradise, Kat and Dane were two estranged people, hoping that the next nine days would somehow bring them back together.
Just as they seem to have rekindled their fire (a hot one I might add) Dane’s past creeps up on them and what they thought was a couple interested in some swinger-activity with them turns out to be something else.
There’s really not much more I can write without spoiling the story, but there’s a brotherhood, betrayal and true love. Take Me Back is a romantic story with a thrilling twist, bulging muscles, and high-speed action. Meghan March knows how to entertain the reader and I enjoyed the ride.