Going All the Way by Cynthia Cooke #Review

Title: Going All The Way
Author: Cynthia Cooke

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, 159 pages

Publisher: Entangled: Lovestruck
Publication Date: February 8th 2016

**I received this ARC for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.**

Love is the worst complication…

After a failed marriage and quitting her high-pressure job, Carrie Steinhem is ready for uncomplicated fun. Love? Not what she’s looking for. She’d rather crash a wedding with her friends and find a hot hookup. The bride’s father is onto her, though. But just as her night out veers toward public embarrassment, a sizzling stranger sweeps in and claims Carrie as his date.

Potential hookup? Check. If she doesn’t get cold feet first.

Ryan Burton is on the fast track to a promotion…assuming he can avoid distractions and nail this new account. Except the woman he rescued at a friend’s wedding ends up not only being his new neighbor—she’s his client’s ex-wife. And his client has every intention of winning her back.

Carrie and Ryan would love to leave complicated alone, but when two people share a duplex and irresistible chemistry, temptation—and love—is right around the corner…


Going All the Way is sweet, contemporary romance. Carrie is crashing a wedding when she first meets Ryan who happens to be an invited guest. They end up in a closet making out which is just what Carrie was looking for: a hot hookup. Soon they discover they are next door neighbors but their connection doesn’t end there. Ryan’s client turns out to be Carrie’s ex-husband.

I loved the attraction between Carrie and Ryan and how there was just enough tension to be realistic. There were several steamy scenes that were hot! Overall, this is exactly what I look for in a contemporary romance but the ending was lacking a little for me.

Rating: 4 stars