Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Review ~ The Dating Tutor by Melissa Frost

More hockey. More Alec.

Alec Horner’s life was never simple. Between dealing with an alcoholic father and worrying about the continuation of his education, he has more than a few concerns. The complications continue to mount when his neighbor and best friend, Ellie Harper, asks him to tutor her in the art of dating.

The alternately humorous and frustrating task takes a new turn when Alec starts to realize his feelings for the girl next door suddenly expand beyond that of a mere friend. Coaching her is a torturous delight. He wants her and revels in each moment, yet he knows her efforts are aimed toward the goal of seducing another boy. Can this gruff hockey player convince his sweet and innocent best friend that the two of them might have a future together?

Poor Ellie! Having to turn her best friend for help with dating. But wait! Poor Alec! What a delightful story between two friends... hardships and discovering first love.

This is the second book in this series by Ms Frost (NOTE: Go back and read book one). Not that this one isn't a stand-alone read, but I want to read  more of Ms Frost's work now. She knows how to weave a fabulous story, make the right connections between the characters and lead you into a world of HEA and love.

Add in the delicate issue with Alec's dad's alcohol abuse and you have a torturous antagonist lurking. Kudos to Ms Frost!

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