The Wall of Winnipeg and Me is slow burn romance.
Vanessa Mazur has worked for pro football player, Aiden Graves for 2 years. Aides is quiet, curt, and drives Vanessa crazy. She’s his assistant, but she wants more than that. So, she decides to quit and follow her real passion. Aides is a bit lost without Vanessa. When he shows up at her door weeks after she quit, Vanessa is in shock. But that shock becomes even more shocking when she finds out the favor he needs. Vanessa is torn. Help Aiden, or not…
“I would have done just about anything for you back then, even when you got on my nerves. I might have just waited until the last minute to push you out of oncoming traffic, but I’d still push you out of the way.”
As I said before, the story is a slow burn romance, but the pace is fast. The story between Aiden and Vanessa had such a great and natural flow. I loved watching them turn into friends, trusted confidants, and so much more. Aiden is the strong and silent type. He’s not close to anyone, really, but he slowly lets Vanessa in.
There were a few moments between them that left the biggest smile on my face. When Aiden showed up at a certain convention to support Vanessa, I had a perma-grin and happy tears! Both of these characters were completely fantastic. I can’t even tell you who I loved more.
I read Kulti over a year ago and adored it as well. The Wall of Winnipeg and Me is one you don’t want to miss out on!