2 Spice · 5 Stars · Book Review

Someone to Stay By B.M. Sandy


Someone to Stay
By B.M. Sandy
Published: 7 March 2017
Genre: Contemporary, New Adult Romance
Heat: 2 Spice
 Rating: 5 Stars

About the Book:

Two lovers.
Eight weeks.
One town.
Life is short – this Cassie Mills knows. In the wake of a devastating
loss, she has reshaped her life, carving out a limited place for
herself with her grief-narrowed perception of the world. But when
Jake Mason, an elusive yet famous British actor, comes to her small
Pennsylvania town with an entire movie crew to film for two months,
she is asked to cater to him and his colleagues in the hotel
restaurant where she works. After a strange, but memorable meeting,
she tells herself she’ll never see the kind and handsome man up close
again. The very next night, though, he shows up again for dinner, and
the spotlight is on Cassie again.
Jake Mason’s career is flooded with endless Do Not Disturb signs. He’s
notorious for hiding during shoots; nobody seems to really know him.
He’s worked hard for his career, and he accepted a long time ago that
privacy was a valuable commodity that he should never relinquish.
Accepting a leading role in a film that places him in a small town in
Pennsylvania, he is forced his first night there to attend a private
dinner with nineteen of his fellow cast and crew – definitely outside
of his comfort zone. But after losing his phone, he finds himself
intrigued by the waitress who helps him, and begins to wonder if some
sacrifices might be worth making after all.

About the Author

B. M. Sandy lives in Youngstown, Ohio with her husband and her one-eyed
cat child, Maia. She’s a lover of books, film, and all things
imaginary. Someone to Stay is her first published novel.


This was an excellent book. It was easy to read, enjoyable to read and kept you interested through out the book. The book flowed really nicely there was no jumping around to much and when it did you were not left scratching your head wondering what was going on.

There was a lot of tragedy throughout the book. It was how a lot of the characters were able to connect with each other. They were able to break through walls through out the novel because of these tragedies. I feel because of these tragedies the main characters Cassie and Jake were able to get as close as they were.

I enjoyed the romance part of the book, the steamy parts of it. The book did not get to steamy with the description of things. Hence the low rating, but the tension that was built between the two of them through out the book was absolutely the nuttiest part of the book. You just wanted them to get on with it but at the same time you loved the suspense of when everything would just break and they would just finally tell each other how they felt and just be with each other.

I just don’t read romances out of the blue. I’m so glad that I did read this one, I like there to be crime and other stuff mixed in with my romance novels if I read them. So, I am not one for just a straight romance novel. I am so happy that I did read this one! I highly recommend this book to anyone that likes to read. There isn’t too much mushy stuff but there is just enough for those you love romance.



****I was given a copy of this book for my honest review****

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