My husband and I have watched Chicago PD since the beginning. I’ll be honest, it’s a show I fully intended to hate. I was mad we were even watching it because I was addicted to Chicago Fire and the lead in Chicago PD, Voight (Jason Beghe) was such a villain in that one that I didn’t see how I could like the show. Of course, if they were going to use great story lines, incredible chemistry between the characters, and actors I loved (Sophia Bush), it would be harder to maintain my contempt for Voight. Especially when the writers give you insight into how black and white situations slip easily into shades of grey.
When Adam Ruzek came on the scene in Chicago PD, I loved him right from the start. Same with Kim Burgess. I wanted them together, but like Megan and (my) Adam in LET IT BE ME, there were obstacles. Work was a big one, like it is in my book, but also, unavailability. On screen, Adam was engaged. My Adam had already given his heart once and the results changed him forever. Like in my book, time and proximity had them falling for each other whether they wanted to or not. I hope that my book does as great a job of showing that when you love, sometimes you have to fight for it.
Seriously, check these guys out. They’re adorable.
He really liked her.
Sometimes attraction is hard to fight. Even when the other person irritates you.
Because somehow, they’re also the person that makes you light up inside and out.
And they end up supporting you and being there for you in a way you never expected.
The fall is inevitable.
And often fun.
with a side of sweet.
And oh the hands on the face kisses. So awesome.