Aspen Adams is starting the next chapter of her life in a new city with a new job and a great apartment. She has everything under control. Right?
All she needs to do is manage not to break any of the insane rules in her lease agreement, get her best friend through some nasty relationship drama, and figure out why her heart skips a beat every time she sees her hot new neighbor.
Finn seems like the perfect man, but is he too good to be true? Is he hiding something under his sweet guy-next-door image?
Rush is the first book in The Gaming series and I must say that I was really hooked into the storyline fairly quickly. I love having a geeky/nerd hero and Finn fits that description perfectly but he is also sexy, smart and works in the gaming industry. Aspen keeps running into Finn, they live in the same building and he helps her out more than once when she gets a little clumsy.
The attraction and chemistry between Aspen and Finn is there from the start. When certain events happen you hate it because you know that these two are meant for one another. Finn has secrets, ones he has for a reason but it’s those secrets that could cause Finn and Aspen’s relationship to be over before it really has a chance to begin.
You can’t help but love Aspen and Finn as well as the other secondary characters. I hope that we will be getting books for them all. Rush was a strong start to a new series, one that I think will only become better with each book and the characters that you can’t help but want to know more of.
When not writing, Matthews occupies her time with her amazing husband and young son at their home in lower Michigan. She tries her hardest not to leave the house if there is snow on the ground, but you can still only buy so much on Amazon. For now.