Review: Quiet Man (Dream Man #4.5) by Kristen Ashley

Quiet Man (Dream Man, #4.5)

Quiet Man

(Dream Man #4.5)

by Kristen Ashley

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Ashley comes a new story in her Dream Man series…

Charlotte “Lottie” McAlister is in the zone. She’s ready to take on the next chapter of her life, and since she doesn’t have a man, she’ll do what she’s done all along. She’ll take care of business on her own. Even if that business means starting a family.

The problem is, Lottie has a stalker. The really bad kind. The kind that means she needs a bodyguard.

Enter Mo Morrison.

Enormous. Scary.


Mo doesn’t say much, and Lottie’s used to getting attention. And she wants Mo’s attention. Badly.

But Mo has a strict rule. If he’s guarding your body, that’s all he’s doing with it.

However, the longer Mo has to keep Lottie safe, the faster he falls for the beautiful blonde who has it so together, she might even be able to tackle the demons he’s got in his head that just won’t die.

But in the end, Lottie and Mo don’t only have to find some way to keep hands off until the threat is over, they have to negotiate the overprotective Hot Bunch, Lottie’s crazy stepdad, Tex, Mo’s crew of frat-boy commandos, not to mention his nutty sisters.

All before Lottie finally gets her Dream Man.

And Mo can lay claim to his Dream Girl.

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5 Back on Form Stars on Goodreads

If you are a fan of Kristen Ashley’s Dream Man series and her Rock Chick series then you will remember Lottie. This is a mix of both series,  I loved Lottie and Mo together. There was a constant spark throughout. It was jammed packed with suspense, lust and heat. I loved seeing this crew of characters again. Secondary characters make a book great for me and Kristen certainly knows how to do that great!

“You know, this isn’t woman-falling-for-her-bodyguard syndrome, honey,” I told him. “It’s Lottie-falling-for-Mo syndrome.”

I was a big fan of the Dream Man series but of late I haven’t been too into Kristen Ashley’s books. Just not my jam, can’t please everyone as they say. But Quiet Man had me engrossed till the last page and I truly loved it. Reminded me of early work like Rock Chicks that I really loved.

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