Monday, February 20, 2017

Lost In Between by K.L. Kreig

You know the sexual afterglow right after some good sex? Whether its afterglow or bookglow MS. Kreig delivers on it every freaking time.  I feel like I discovered a way to get that warm, cozy and satisfied feeling without having to actually get undressed. I have read every book she has written and her writing just keeps elevating to some of the best that I have read. Whatever Alpha fountain she has tapped into I want to be part of it. 

The way Willow and Shaw first meet I knew immediately that they were going to be hot together. I couldn’t wait for sparks to fly with her strong willed personality and his determination to have her. The banter back and forth made these two so much fun to read. Let's not forget the sexual tension that will have you flipping the pages just to see what they do next.

This book should have been called Lost In between the pages because that is exactly what will happen the minute you start chapter one. I'm not that reader that usually rereads books, but this will be one I keep going back to. I just loved the connection not only between the characters, but the story. 

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Mack Daddy by Penelope Ward

I was a little worried starting this book as it just didn’t connect with me right off.  I didn’t feel that connection that I usually do with Ms. Ward’s characters. Thankfully,  when I started getting more of Mack and Frankie together- I started to feel more for them. Frankie started to grow on me each chapter, but I still didn't feel that connection that made me want to cheer her on. Mack, was just so loveable. That is thing about this author. She makes you love her characters even at times when you want to kick them. They balance each other. At times when I dislike one the other one steps up their game.

Mack and Frankie started off with friends, but like everything else that quickly changed to love. Like all love stories everything has a road block and this one had one hell of a wrench shoved into the story. Although, I didn’t feel the connection at first as the story grew I realized how what started out something innocent became something life altering.
Sunday, February 5, 2017

How To Date A Douchebag book2 by Sara Ney

There is just something about this authors writing that keeps me hooked from page one to the end. She has this way of making the guys into such assholes and still leave them so endearing that has me loving them when I should be hating them. She lets the characters be themselves, but allows them to still grow in their own way.
Zeke and Violet were total opposites but the sweetness that embodied VI sort of wrapped around the harshness and jagged edges of Zeke. The slow burn of watching Zeke grow and struggle at the same time is something this author really excels at. Her douchebags always grow and learn things the hard way, but they also always see the light and come out in the end on top without completely changing into a different guy.
You know when you read a book by an author and you immediately want to go read all the rest of their books? That is what happened with me and reading my first Sara Ney book. She just puts all the reasons why I love reading into her books.
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