In Quarter Miles Hearts, we’ve got Leigh’s POV and now it’s time for Max to tell his story, and I loved it!
This novella wasn’t really a retelling story, even if we had some parts related from the first book. We’ve got some glimpse of Max’s background.
Constantly running away with his sister, he wanted to settle down for once.Racing was a huge part of his life and it was thrilling, until he met Leigh, who was avoiding car racers like the plague.
Reading his side of the story was very refreshing and instead of the cocky, self confident part, we’ve seen all the extension of his feelings, how hurt he felt rejected but trying so hard to fight for Leigh, helpless to make her stay.
The prologue was great and his perseverance and determination to win Leigh over and to break the ice was moving.
“This time, I’m not taking any of her shit. Leigh Storm is staying exactly where she belongs. With me.”
This novella was written like memories of Max, telling how he went to struggle for his life to the moment Leigh came back home.
I felt the butterflies here, reading how he fell in love. I’m looking forward to read more books by Jenny Siegel. Fast and supercharged emotionally!
** My rating **