Twenty-year-old Savannah enjoys a one-time one-night stand because a real relationship would never fit into her busy schedule. Working two jobs and pursuing her degree takes all of her time. Besides, the guys she has dated haven't been much better than the random barfly.
It's a good thing Luke's body is honed by the long hours of carpentry and construction because he carries the weight of his family on his shoulders. School hasn't been an option for him since he dropped out to make the house payments his mother had failed to make.
Luke finds what he's been longing for in a night with Savannah. She's determined to stop with a one-night stand, but he wants more. Neither can deny the perfection of their passionate interludes, but with such imperfect lives, do they have any chance for a future together? Suddenly she's losing her heart and it's all happening much too fast.
Not recommended for readers under age 18 due to language and sexual content.
Too Fast begins with Savannah and Luke waking up together after a "one-night stand." The problem is Luke wants to see Savannah again. He gets her number, and gives her his. But Savannah is determined to keep it to just one night even though it was the best she ever had.
Luke however wants a relationship with Savannah. He knows she's different then any girl he's ever been with. So he talks her into a relationship. But maybe some things aren't meant to be, and maybe they are. Luke and Savannah have to go through a few bumps in the road before they can actually be together.
I really enjoyed this book. It was good. I loved how Luke took care of his sister, and mother even though his mother didn't deserve it. And Savannah was willing to be there for Luke no matter what. So they are both admirable characters, that I loved to read about. Their relationship was easy to follow, it didn't have too much pushing away, or any thing over the top. It was simple, and sweet. Not only that but the side characters were pretty cool too. Like Nat, and Madison! They rocked. I hope there will be another book I would love to see more of Luke, and Savannah, or get to see Madison's story!