Good Intentions by S.L. Scott

Title: Good Intentions (Welcome to Paradise, #2)

Author:  S. L. Scott
Expected release:  September 9, 2013
Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Age Group:  New Adult
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Review:
I fell in love with Evan Ashford in Good Vibrations and fell even more in love with him in Good Intentions. S.L. Scott brought us another wonderful book in this series and I am thrilled to have experienced it. She picked up right where Good Vibrations left off and gave us more of the love between Evan and Mallory. Her writing style is smooth and the story line runs effortlessly. 

With the summer winding down Evan and Mallory find themselves spending more and more time together, getting to know each other better, and learning why they can’t be apart. Everything isn’t always easy in paradise and there are times their commitment and love for each other is questioned and put to the ultimate test. With a mother that has her head so far up her ass, to ex flings showing up and a dark secret from Evans past coming front and center the two will have to learn to open up and trust each other if they have any sort of chance at making their summer romance last not only through the summer but beyond. 

Book Description:
Two words sum up my summer in paradise: Evan Ashford. 

I have a life back home I must return to, though my heart battles this reality. What started as a carefree summer fling has become so much more. Evan has become so much more. He’s become everything. Cupping his face, I stare into his deep blue eyes, wanting to lose myself once more... needing to know he feels this too.

Although our connection won’t stop the summer’s end from rushing toward us or silence the demons Evan battles, I have faith our love can overcome the obstacles that will undoubtedly arise from us choosing to be together. I still worry… Will our good intentions be good enough? But I’m all in, willing to take the risk, knowing he can destroy my heart if I’m wrong.


Like a riptide, I was forever changed by one woman: Mallory Wray.

Our eyes meet and we spend a moment looking into the others’, reading the fear and the love that mingles within. I move slowly down and kiss her forehead, her nose, her eyelids, her cheeks, and her chin before I kiss her lips again—soft and gentle, not rushed, but sensual. She smiles and I die inside knowing that I won’t get to see her face every day. I’ve been spoiled by this sweet angel giving me all her days and nights. I possessively take hold of her wrists and like so many times before, the air stills as our connection intensifies. I can’t help myself when it comes to her.

I kiss her.

Rain pours down harder and I wrap my arms around her, engulfing her body, her love, her soul.

About the Author
S.L. Scott has a degree in Journalism and is the author of Amazon bestseller, A Prior Engagement, her debut novel, Naturally, Charlie, and several novellas, including Amazon best seller, Sleeping with Mr. Sexy, and Morning Glory—all currently available on Amazon. Pursuing her passion for telling stories, she spends her days escaping into her characters, letting them lead her on their adventures. She is a Contributor to Huffington Post as well as writes for her own blog along with several other popular sites.
Travelling, music festivals, and surfing are a few of her hobbies she loves, but she doesn’t get to enjoy on a regular basis. She has an obsession with movies, a varied taste in books, and collects Fitz & Floyd teapots. With a memory full of useless trivia facts, and a Keurig addiction, she loves a fun night in with her family as much as a loud night out with her friends.
Scott lives in the lively city of Austin with her husband, two young sons, and two Papillons, enjoying life in the beautiful hill country of Texas.
Visit her website at www.slscottauthor.com
Author social media links:
Twitter: @slscottauthor; https://twitter.com/slscottauthor
Huffington Post Contributor Page: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sl-scott/

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