{Release Day + GIVEAWAY} The Fine Art Of Pretending by Rachel Harris

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We are so excited to bring you the Release Day Launch of Rachel Harris' THE FINE ART OF PRETENDING!

THE FINE ART OF PRETENDING is the first book in Rachel's The Fine Art of Pretending Series published by Spencer Hill Contemporary.

Title: The Fine Art Of Pretending
Series: The Fine Art Of Pretending #1
Author: Rachel Harris
Published: 30th Sept 2014
Age Group: Young Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance

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According to the guys at Fairfield Academy, there are two types of girls: the kind you hook up with, and the kind you're friends with. Seventeen-year-old Alyssa Reed is the second type. And she hates it. With just one year left to change her rank, she devises a plan to become the first type by homecoming, and she sets her sights on the perfect date—Justin Carter, Fairfield Academy’s biggest hottie and most notorious player.

With 57 days until the dance, Aly launches Operation Sex Appeal and sheds her tomboy image. The only thing left is for Justin actually to notice her. Enter best friend Brandon Taylor, the school’s second biggest hottie, and now Aly’s pretend boyfriend. With his help, elevating from “funny friend” to “tempting vixen” is only a matter of time.

But when everything goes according to plan, the inevitable “break up” leaves their friendship in shambles, and Aly and Brandon with feelings they can’t explain. And the fake couple discovers pretending can sometimes cost you the one thing you never expected to want

EXCERPT:
An exhale of breath leaves Brandon’s lips, almost like a laugh, and he scoots closer to me on the blanket. I twist my legs under myself, sitting tall as I face him. He cups my chin and tilts it toward him, drowning me in the now dark-green depths of his eyes, the cologne I gave him for his birthday filling my head. It’s woodsy and yummy and I always loved how it smelled on the store testers, but on Brandon, it’s even sexier. My eyes flutter closed, and I inhale again, this time slowly. Goose bumps prickle my arms, and my head gets fuzzy. Brandon slides his hand down the column of my neck and brings the other up, threading his fingers through the hair at my nape. His breath fans across my cheek, and everything south of my bellybutton squeezes tight. When his mouth first meets mine, it’s hesitant, questioning. But as I move my lips with his, he quickly grows bolder, coaxing them apart. Desire, pure and raw, electrifies my veins as his tongue sweeps my mouth. A whimpering sound springs from my chest, and instinctively, I wrap my arms around his neck, tugging him closer. Needing more. My teeth graze his full bottom lip, and I pull it, sucking on it gently. He moans and knots his fingers in my hair, and a thrill dances down my back. Brandon is an amazing kisser, just as I knew he would be. I have no control over my body’s reactions. I lose myself in his lips, his tongue, and his strong arms, forgetting time and space and even my surroundings—until Gabi’s snicker brings reality crashing around us, reminding me we have an audience. And that I’m kissing Brandon. We break apart, out of breath, and stare into each other’s eyes. That was unexpected.  

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Award-winning and Bestselling author Rachel Harris writes humorous love stories about sassy girls next door and the hot guys that make them swoon. Emotion, vibrant settings, and strong relationships are a staple in each of her books...and kissing. Lots of kissing.

An admitted Diet Mountain Dew addict and homeschool mom, she gets through each day by laughing at herself, hugging her kids, and watching way too much Food Network with her husband. She writes young adult, new adult, and adult romance, and LOVES talking with readers. 

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Stacking The Shelves #22

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Stacking The Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews and is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves.

So after a few weeks hiatus I am back blogging.
 I've got lots of TBR books & reviews to catch up on and lots more that I've added to my shelves.

Physical ARCs for Review:




Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick
Nowhere But Here by Renee Carlino
Lead Me Not by A. Meredith Walters
Pulse by Gail McHugh
Screwdrivered by Alice Clayton
One More Chance by Abbi Glines

Thanks to Simon & Schuster for these lovely surprises!
I've already read Nowhere But Here and really enjoyed it.
And I am really exited to check out the new thriller Black Ice!

eARCs for Review:

Promise Me This by Christina Lee
Thanks to Penguin Group via Netgalley
Love this series so much!

The Fine Art Of Pretending by Rachel Harris
Thanks to Spencer Hill via Netgalley
After seeing so many teasers over the past year, I've been desperate to finally read this one!!

Sideswiped by Lia Riley
Thanks to Grand Central Publishing via Netgalley!

Purchased

Hard Knox by Nicole Williams
Upside Down by Lia Riley

Gifted


Damaged Goods by Nicole Williams
Thanks so much to the fabulous Stina Lindenblatt for gifting a copy!!

Have you read any of these books? 
What books did you add to your shelves?

{Review} Nowhere But Here By Renee Carlino

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Title: Nowhere But Here
Author: Renee Carlino
Published: 5th May 2014
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Paperback provided by Simon & Schuster for fair & honest review
Rating: 4/5

BLURB:
A Chicago reporter in her mid-twenties unexpectedly finds love in Napa Valley when she’s assigned to spend a week with a famously reclusive genius.

Kate Corbin has lost her spark. From the outside, her life seems charmed. She has a handsome, long-term boyfriend and a budding journalism career at a popular Chicago newspaper. But in reality, her relationship is going nowhere, and she’s quickly losing motivation for what she once believed was her dream job. When her boyfriend dumps her unceremoniously, Kate loses all hope of finding love.

With no living family and few friends, Kate confides in her boss. Trusting that the hungry, ace reporter is buried somewhere deep inside, he gives Kate the opportunity to jumpstart her career. The assignment: to interview the famously reclusive R.J. Lawson, a wealthy tech genius who disappeared years ago but recently reemerged as a Napa Valley vintner. The week takes an unexpected turn, however, when Lawson refuses to divulge any information. Desperate for a lead, Kate turns to Jamie, a vineyard hand who shows her the romance of wine country—and stirs her aching heart. But his connection to Lawson is ambiguous, and when Jamie disappears before the end of the week, Kate is left to investigate another story: the truth behind the man who stole her heart.

USA TODAY bestselling author Renée Carlino explored love and heartbreak in her beautifully written debut Sweet Thing, and her newest novel does not disappoint. For fans of Colleen Hoover, K.A. Tucker, and Katja Millay, Nowhere But Here is a stirring and satisfying romance that you won’t want to put down.

An adventurous romance that embraces the zest for life!

REVIEW:
The story:
Kate's hit a bit of a rough spot in her life. Her uncaring boyfriend has dumped her, her career is going nowhere and overall her life is looking pretty lacklustre. After being sent to the wine country to write an article about the media shy R.J. Lawson, Kate starts to find some much needed enthusiasm. She's excited to take on this exciting project, but what she didn't expect was to literally crash into a young hot employee, Jamie, who makes her feel things she's never experienced before. And while Mr Lawson remains elusive to her, Kate embarks on a whirlwind romance with Jamie, that is until he disappears, taking her heart with him.It's not long before the journalist in her starts to investigate his whereabouts, and as she uncovers clues about his past, more questions are raised than are answered. 

I have to admit that I did guess the 'big secret' very early on, and I think it will be obvious to most people, but to be honest it didn't take anything away from the story. I enjoyed their romance and discovering the secrets to Jamie's past as Kate uncovers the truth.

The characters:
Kate is quite down to earth, but when we first meet her she lacks any real passion or zest for life. She happy to settle for a heartless boyfriend and a mediocre job. It's not until she meets Jamie that he opens her eyes and shows her that she deserves a life that makes her happy.

Jamie is full of life and passion. He puts 100% into absolutely every he does and can find joy in even the most simplest of things. But he also has an air of mystery around him and it's obvious he doesn't like to share many personal details about himself. I also really enjoyed seeing the vulnerable side to him when he reveals he has diabetes, although he doesn't see it as a weakness.  

The romance:
The romance between Kate and Jamie begins very quickly and does have a slight unrealistic feel to it. But apart from that, I really loved these two together. The relationship starts out quite adventurous, with Jamie pushing Kate to find her spark again. But as the secrets and misunderstandings start to mount up, both of them had to learn to step up and take a chance on love.

The writing:
Renee's writing style is polished and very elegant. She has a way of making the words flow effortlessly, which makes for such fast flowing story. 

FINAL WORD:
Nowhere But Here is an adventurous romance that embraces the zest for life. Carlino knows how to write heroes to swoon over!

CONTENT:
Sexuality: medium / some sex scenes
Violence: mild-medium / minor description of attack, mention of gun
Language: medium / several f words
Drugs & alcohol: mild

{ARC Review} Alex by Sawyer Bennett

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Title: Alex
Series: Cold Fury Hockey #1
Author: Sawyer Bennett
Published: 14th Oct 2014
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: eARC provided via Netgalley for fair & honest review
Rating: 4.5/5

BLURB:
USA Today bestselling author Sawyer Bennett scores big-time with the first novel in a sexy new series hot enough to melt the ice.

Hockey star Alexander Crossman has a reputation as a cold-hearted player on and off the rink. Pushed into the sport by an alcoholic father, Alex isn’t afraid to give fans the proverbial middle finger, relishing his role as the MVP they love to hate. Management, however, isn’t so amused. Now Alex has a choice: fix his public image through community service or ride the bench. But Alex refuses to be molded into the Carolina Cold Fury poster boy . . . not even by a tempting redhead with killer curves.

As a social worker, Sutton Price is accustomed to difficult people—like Alex, who’s been assigned to help her create a drug-abuse awareness program for at-risk youth as part of the team’s effort to clean up his image. What she doesn’t expect is the arrogant smirk from his perfect lips to stir her most heated fantasies. But Sutton isn’t one to cross professional boundaries—and besides, Alex doesn’t do relationships . . . or does he? The more she sees behind Alex’s bad-boy façade, the more Sutton craves the man she uncovers.

Alex kicks off what is sure to be an explosive new sporty romance saga!

REVIEW:
The story:
From the very beginning we are told that Alex Crossman is asshole, or MVP: Most Valuable Prick. But Alex is kidding himself if he thinks that's all there is to him. After being raised by an uncaring and abusive father, who pushed him to be 'perfect' at hockey, Alex has lost the passion for the sport he once loved. It's that lack of passion that makes him hate his life and take it out on the people around him, including his teammates and fans. But when he's team management force him to work on a drug awareness campaign with social worker Sutton Price, he starts to see the world with fresh eyes. Despite Alex not wanting a relationship, and Sutton not wanting to mix business with pleasure, their mutual attraction is undeniable. It's not long before their professional relationship starts to cross the line into something more, but the question is can Alex leave behind his childhood trauma and open up to a future with Sutton.

The characters:
Alex can be a bit of a douche, but for the most part he's actually a really decent guy. He's negative view of the world is challenged by Sutton and from then on we see the real man underneath the cold hearted exterior. He wants to be a man worthy of Sutton's love, and he most certainly accomplished that.

Sutton was a fabulous heroine, and I absolutely loved that she doesn't take any crap from Alex. She didn't have it easy growing up either, with a drug addicted father, but she didn't let it ruin her future, instead it inspired her. She's determined to make a difference in the lives of children affected by drugs. Her positive attitude was incredibly inspiring.

We also get to meet Alex's teammate, Garrett, a confidant, fun loving womaniser. He seems like a genuinely happy man, but I just know that there is so much more going on under the surface and I'm so glad he's book is next!

The romance:
These two are like the yin and yang of romance. The closed off attitude of Alex and the vibrant energy of Sutton complement each other perfectly and creates such a dynamic relationship. Sutton shows Alex how to enjoy life again, and he brings out a sultry seductive side that Sutton never knew she had. There were some seriously hot scenes and also a couple a sweet tender moments, creating a perfectly balanced romantic story.

The writing:
For me I don't think Sawyer can do no wrong. She writes incredible heroines, swoon worthy heroes and gives her characters powerful story lines to work through. The variety in love scenes is always impressive, never becoming repetitive or boring!

FINAL WORD:
Alex kicks off what is sure to be an explosive new sporty romance saga! I can't wait for Garrett, the next book in the Cold Fury Hockey series.

CONTENT:
Sexuality: medium-strong / several sex scenes
Violence: mild
Language: medium-strong / several f words
Drugs & alcohol: medium / mention of overdoes etc, drug use is a common theme throughout (but not overly detailed discussions)

{ARC Review} Falling For Fate by Caisey Quinn

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Title: Falling For Fate
Series: Second Chance #2
Author: Caisey Quinn
Published: 23rd Sept 2014
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: eARC provided by author for fair & honest review
Rating: 4/5

BLURB:
Fate Buchanan just wants to escape the constraints of her old life. After checking her mother into rehab and catching her fiancé with her maid of honor the night before their wedding, she ran. Angry and hurt, she’s aching to do something reckless. 

Dean Maxwell is having one last summer of freedom before taking over his family’s multi-billion dollar medical conglomerate. When he sees a beautiful woman running down the beach alone after dark, he knows it’s not safe. So he does something impulsive. 

When their paths cross unexpectedly after a night of unbridled passion, neither of them can forget the memory of the affair they shared. What began as one night is about to become a whole lot more. 

*Author's Note: While part of The Second Chance series, this novel stands alone. 
**Contains MA 17+ Sexual Content and Language

Hot and steamy with an awesome epilogue to finish off this sexy office romance story!!

REVIEW:
The story:
Imagine walking in on your fiancé and your best friend cheating…the night before your wedding? Well that's what happened to Faith. Shattered she takes off and lands in the arms of a handsome stranger, desperate to forget her broken heart if only for a few hours. Fast forward a few months later and Faith is starting a new job, eager to start a new chapter in her life. But coming face to face with her new boss Dean, only to learn it's her handsome stranger from the beach throws her life into further complication.

Both Faith and Dean fell the strong pull of attraction between them, but the company's no intra office dating policy makes it impossibly for anything to happen..or does it?? Faith doesn't want to fall for another man, only to have her heart broken again, and Dean is determined not to turn into his womanising father. But the connection between them is evident to everyone around them and it's not long before no longer deny their forbidden attraction.

The characters:
Dean is a simple character in many ways, he's not a rockstar or some tatted up bad boy. He's a hardworking career man with a kind heart, and that is exactly why I loved him.

I really liked Faith, she was timid and a little bid of a push over when we first met her when she was with her ex-fiancé. She let him push her around and I felt like she was never truly herself. But once she steps out on her own and starts taking control of her life we get to see the real Faith, who is strong and confident and knows she deserves to be treated with respect - I absolutely loved that she wasn't willing to be treated poorly ever again!

Side characters Keaton & Gwen were awesome! They both had some of the best lines in the book. My favourite being from Keaton:

“You would be the lucky bastard that got to f**k a supermodel virgin mermaid. I swear, all the good stuff happens to you.” ~Keaton

The romance:
The steam factor in this book is off the charts! Who doesn't love a good old forbidden office romance?! The chemistry is there from the very beginning and the tension between them builds and builds until I was screaming at them to just give in and admit their damn feelings!!

The writing:
I loved how Caisey made this storyline so believable. I felt the connection between he characters and was hanging on every word they said. I also have to admit I've never read a 'back-door' scene without either cringing or giggling, but this one was actually written tastefully.

FINAL WORD:
Hot and steamy with an awesome epilogue to finish off this sexy office romance story!!

CONTENT:
Sexuality: strong / several descriptive sex scenes, including 'back-door'
Violence: none
Language: medium / some f words etc
Drugs & alcohol: mild 

{Tour Review + GIVEAWAY} Make It Right by Megan Erickson

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Title: Make It Right
Series: Bowler University #2
Author: Megan Erickson
Published: 9th Sept 2014
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: eARC provided by author for fair & honest review
Rating: 5/5

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Max Payton lives by two rules:

Size and strength win any fight, and never show weakness.

When a rash of assaults sends Bowler University for a tail spin, Max volunteers to help teach a self-defense class. One of the other instructors is the beautiful pixie-faced girl he keeps butting heads with…and who challenges everything he thought he knew.

Lea Travers avoids guys like Max - cocky jocks who assume she's fragile because of a disability caused by a childhood accident. She likes to be in control, and something about being with Max makes her feel anything but. But during the moments he lets his guard down, Lea sees a soul as broken inside as she is outside. Trusting him is a whole other problem...

When the assaults ramp up and hit close to home, Lea and Max must learn, before it’s too late, that true strength can come from vulnerability…and giving in to trust is sometimes the only way to make things right.

Megan is the master of hot flirty banter and swoon worthy heroes!

REVIEW:
The story:
The Bowler University series is EXACTLY what NA books should be about!! Twenthy-somethings finding their feet in the real world and experiencing REAL problems. It's not just lust driven sex scenes!! Don't get me wrong, there are some yummy scenes to enjoy, but they are set within a well developed story line with strong characters.

Lea has a an injury to her leg that make other's view her as weak, but she is anything but. She doesn't let the injury slow her down, if anything she uses as inspiration to be a stronger -emotionally and physically. But after a spate of violent gang attacks on campus, including on her cousin, Lea decides to it's time to empower her classmates with some self defence classes. And when tough guy, Max, shows up as the assistant, Lea takes the opportunity to show him that strength comes in all different shapes and sizes.

Max has always been taught to be a man and to never back down from a fight. When the violent attacks on campus escalate, Max doesn't fear for his safety, believing he could defend himself and fight back. It's not until the self defines classes with Lea that he questions his attitude and starts to see a different kind of strength in the form of Lea. As they spend more time together they can no longer fight the attraction between them. But with the attacks becoming more and more violent, it's only a matter of time before someone get's seriously injured or worse.

The characters:
After reading the first book in the series and finding my fictional sole mate in Alec, I was afraid I may not be able to like Max…but fear not!! I fell hard for this Sexy-Bad-Boy-Cat-Lover. Oh there is something seriously sexy about a tough manly man going all marshmallow centred over a kitten *dreamy sigh* I mean he bakes gourmet cookies for his cat for crying out loud!! Yes Max has made a few mistakes, but we learn a lot about his past and seeing his vulnerable side explains a lot about his actions. He truly is a worthy hero and deserves he's HEA.

Lea was such a wonderful heroine, she's a regular girl and very relatable. But what I really loved was that despite having a permanent injury to her leg, Lea never let it define her - which was very empowering to see. I also loved seeing her teach Max about a different type of strength, other than just brut force. She shows him that asking for help is not a weakness, but a strength in itself. 

The secondary characters were excellent and gave the story so much more strength. Alec & Kat make some appearances along with Max's other roommate Cam (who I'm already crushing over). And meeting Max's family gave some great insight into Max's insecurities.

The romance:
Max & Lea compliant each other perfectly. On the surface they appear quite different, a tough bad boy and a sweet kindhearted girl. But there is a lot more going on under the surface with both of them, and as the spend more time with one another, a beautiful friendship is born. Slowly that friendship developed into a passionate and sexy romance, built on trust and respect.

Oh and I've never heard of shoo-fly pie before, but after watching these two eat one, I am desperate to try some ;)

The writing:
One of the strongest elements in Megan's writing is the dialogue between all the characters. Each character has a clear 'voice' and personality and it's displayed perfectly through all their conversations. In particular I really enjoyed the flirty banter between Max & Lea, it brought out their fun and sexy personalities and created a great basis for their relationship to develop on.

FINAL WORD:
Make It Right is exactly what I love about NA romance. Megan is the master of hot flirty banter and swoon worthy heroes. I've had such a powerful connection to the characters and their stories in the Bowler University Series so far and I can't wait to get my hands on Cam…oh and his story too.

CONTENT:
Sexuality: medium / some sex scenes
Violence: medium / some minor descriptions of violent attacks
Language: medium / several f words
Drugs & alcohol: mild

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A Very Personal Post

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I don't normally write personal posts, but I felt it was necessary to explain why I have been a little MIA lately. 

The past week has been one of the toughest of my life. Last Saturday while playing Netball (a sport similar to basketball), our teammate and friend collapsed on court during our match and sadly passed away. Loosing anyone is hard, but for it to happen so suddenly and to someone so young, only 4 weeks before her wedding, was absolutely tragic. Our netball team and club we're shocked, devastated and utterly heartbroken.

Like many of you would know, reading can be extremely therapeutic...an escape from our daily lives. For me that has never been truer, and having my books to escape into this week has been a blessing. And I'm so grateful to have my blog to keep me preoccupied. However the past week has been busy and looking at my email inbox, with so many unread emails, I just know I will have missed something; a cover reveal, blog tour or review request, so I apologize for anything I may have missed.

I will continue blogging, however it may be a little less frequent over the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, give your loved ones a hug and hold them close. xxx

{ARC Review + GIVEAWAY} Let Me Know by Stina Lindenblatt

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Title: Let Me Know
Series: Lost In You #2
Author: Stina Lindenblatt
Published: 1st September 2014
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: eARC provided by publisher for fair & honest review
Rating: 5/5

BLURB:
This shouldn't be happening again…

Amber Scott thought her screaming nightmares would end now that her stalker is locked up and awaiting trial. But they return when her slam-dunk case starts to fall apart. Explicit letters she allegedly wrote surface, suggesting she was the mastermind behind her assault, a willing victim.

Amber only feels safe in the arms of her boyfriend Marcus, the one person she can lean on. Until damning evidence from Marcus's past collides with the case and the media circus drags them both down. To protect Amber's reputation, Marcus has only one option: end their relationship. He won't risk further damage to her case, even if it means breaking her heart.

Amber has to find the strength to step into the spotlight and bring awareness to victims' rights before she's convicted in the court of public opinion. And she's really not sure what's worse—that her kidnapper could walk free, or that the seemingly endless attention and speculation will drive Marcus away permanently…

See how it all began for Amber and Marcus in Tell Me When.


A simply beautiful conclusion to Marcus & Amber's harrowing story 

REVIEW:
The story:
Let Me Know is a continuation of Amber & Marcus's story, which began in book #1: Tell Me When.

After finally starting to heal from the trauma of her kidnapping and torture, Amber is starting to find something close normality. She's found friends she feels safe with and boyfriend she loves and trusts. But just as she starts to move forward with her life, everything starts to unravel before her eyes. Her rock solid case against her kidnapper/stalker starts to fall apart due to some new 'evidence', that conveniently suggests Amber is lying. Amber's entire life, including her relationship with Marcus's is thrown in the media spotlight and the press hound Amber with the lies and controversy surrounding her. 

Marcus is also facing new challenges of his own, with his stepfather on trial, Marcus must decide if he's ready to reveal the truth behind his childhood abuse, or remain silent, and let his abuser continue hurting other boys.

Both Marcus and Amber's courage is put to the test as they battle their own demons, but is their relationship strong enough to survive?

The characters:
Amber has come a long way since we first met her. She's stronger and more determined than ever to put her past behind her. But she still has a lot of issues to work through. It was great to see her reconnect with her old friend and also get back to playing basketball. It showed that she was trying to get back to being to person she want to be. She didn't trust rely on Marcus to 'save' her, she works hard to find peace.

Marcus is such an amazing guy, who would do absolutely anything for Amber. But when it comes to himself, he still believes he's not good enough. It takes a lot of courage to come forward and confront the pain of his childhood, but once he does you could actually feel the weight lifted of his shoulder; almost like he could finally breathe again. It was simply beautiful to see him become overcome his inner demons and transform into a man.

All of the secondary characters are also really well fleshed out. Amber's mother made me so angry sometimes, but despite her mistakes, it was clear she loved Amber dearly. And we get to see more of Amber & Marcus' best friends Chase & Jordan - oh boy is there a story to tell with those two!

The romance:
Amber & Marcus have their fair share of challenges thrown at them in this book. Their trust in each other is tested on numerous occasions, and at times it felt like everyone was out to tear them apart. But to see them come through it all, made them a stronger couple and it only made their love more powerful. The great thing about them, was that they supported one another through their dramas, there was no dominant character, leaning more heavily on the other; it was just mutual support.

The writing:
I love Stina's writing style. It's very emotive, and flows beautifully. I felt contacted to the characters from very early on and cried several times at the pain these characters go through. There are lots of complex emotions, from anger, pain, love and passion, and you feel everything along with the characters

FINAL WORD:
Let Me Know is a simply beautiful conclusion to Marcus & Amber's harrowing story. I have my fingers crossed for Chase & Jordan's story next, I'm just not ready to leave this world of character yet!

CONTENT:
Sexuality: medium / some sex scenes
Violence: medium-strong / several reference & descriptions of sexual assault & torture
Language: medium / several f words
Drugs & alcohol: medium


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