Review: Right From the Start by Rayne Forrest

Right From the Start by Rayne Forrest
Release Date: re-released October 1, 2013
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, LLC
Pages: 59
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Dana Myerly believes in helping out a neighbor in need. One rainy Monday she aids a stranded fellow motorist. She finds herself drawn to a big smile, friendly hazel eyes, and a tight pair of blue jeans. Coerced into yet another blind date by two of her friends, Dana finds her luck has changed and her date is her stranded motorist, Randy Walker.

Dana and Randy share an immediate connection, but how do you know if it’s love…and he’s the one…Right From the Start?


Review: Right From the Start by Rayne Forrest is not part of a series but I would love to see these characters again in the future. I chose this book because it had an interesting premise.

Dana is a good person and even in the rain helps a stranded motorist. The stranded motorist is Randy and the sparks fly right from the start. While she does not act on her feelings right from the start she does regret it because she thinks she will not see him again. However, a blind date changes all that. Randy is a hot and sexy man who is new to town. He works as a mechanic and his cousin is a friend of Dana.

The chemistry between Dana and Randy is blistering. The sex scenes were hot and steamy. The author does a great job of conveying the emotions of the characters during the sex scenes.

The only thing that could have made this story better was if it was longer. This book was well written with interesting and realistic characters. The characters are well developed. At 59 pages, this book while fast paced had a beginning, middle, and end. Overall, this is a great book. I will be looking for more books by this author in the future.