This is a difficult review for me to write as I have set the bar very high for Heidi McLaughlin as I adored her previous books and have devoured them all. I enjoyed this book but there were many things that didn't rest well with me. I thought the start of the story was very strong, seeing Bodhi’s struggles with his drug addiction into his eventual surrender and admitting himself into rehab. It’s when he enters the doors of Serenity Springs that things begin to take a different direction. Meeting Kimberly, a therapist who works with patients suddenly switches Bodhi’s mental state. It was quickly a race to win her heart and the need to bed her instead of focusing on getting better. Things got steamy between these two despite it’s forbidden for a patient to have a relationship with his carer. I like that it’s told in dual perspective and the writing style of this book is what I'd expect from this talented author but the story left me with mixed feelings. I’m okay with the forbidden romance but I didn't like the raging hormones and that the addiction recovery wasn’t emphasised and was simply replaced with the romance. However, if you’re able to look past my qualms and you’re looking for something fast and romantic then you may enjoy Blow. 3.5 stars from me.