Kindling Flames – Gathering Tinder (Part 1)

Kindling Flames – Gathering Tinder by Julie Wetzel

Fresh from college and with no real work experience, Victoria Westernly considers herself lucky to land the coveted position of personal assistant to Darien Ritter, the CEO and owner of a multibillion-dollar company. His busy schedule and eccentric ways are enough to keep her on her toes. But, all is not what it seems when she discovers the handsome man employing her just happens to be the most powerful vampire in the area.

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Overall Reading Enjoyment

Star Rating 4

Overall Sexual Enjoyment – There was a slight sexual tension between the characters but other than that there was no real sex, but the story didn’t need it.

Star Rating 1

Ok, if you haven’t read any of my previous posts I’ll say it again, I hate cliffhanger-series. But I was actually tempted to buy the next one in the series after I finished Kindling Flames. I think I actually still have the second one on a wish list some where. XP Either way this book was freaking awesome for the first in it’s series. It had a bad-ass Male and a kick-ass Female who was not afraid of anything and if there was something that came up she knew she had to overcome it.

Yes, this is a Paranormal Romance staring the much used “Vampire” as it’s main theme but I actually found this story quite cute. I mean for someone to write a scene on how a 900 year-old Vampire finds out he likes Clementines and make their reader gush like a 13-year -old then I have to give them props.

Yes, this is “PART 1” in a series and I can’t stand reading those type of books but this was a really enjoyable read. I probably won’t buy the second book right away but I might decided to pay a visit to the world sometime later in the future. Happy readings everyone!

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Club Shadowlands – Masters of the Shadowlands Book 1

Club Shadowlands by Cherise Sinclair

Her car disabled during a tropical storm, Jessica Randall discovers the isolated house where she’s sheltering is a private bondage club. At first shocked, she soon becomes aroused watching the interactions between the Doms and their subs. But she’s a professional woman–an accountant–and surely isn’t a submissive . . . is she?

Master Z hasn’t been so attracted to a woman in years. But the little sub who has wandered into his club intrigues him. She’s intelligent. Reserved. Conservative. After he discovers her interest in BDSM, he can’t resist tying her up and unleashing the passion she hides within.

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I think this was actually my first BDSM Romance that I ever read. Sure I’ve read plenty of BDSM Erotica, but there’s no real romance in those, this is a BDSM Romance with the whole SHA-BANG!!! Club Shadowlands is a beautiful story that sucks you in. There is nothing else I could possible say that could show how much I love this series. The Women may be submissive but they are not damsels in distress. They are just everyday woman, who need a little more loving than usual. And the Men, whew someone get me a fan, the Men are just just as beautiful, yes they are dominant but they are such sweethearts when it comes to their woman. I swear Cherise Sinclair has ruined me for other BDSM Authors. I can’t read a BDSM story without comparing it to the Shadowland World. Make sure to check out the excerpt below and you’ll understand.

Excerpt:

Jessica Randall scrambled out of the water-filled ditch, her heart hammering. Frigid rain slashed through the dark night, drenching her face and clothing. Gasping for breath, she knelt in the mud, surprised to have made it to the bank in one piece. She glanced over her shoulder and shuddered. Alligators loved to hang out in Florida ditches. A few moments more and she could have been… She stifled the thought with a shudder.

Hands shaking, she scrubbed the water off her face and pushed to her feet.

As her fear diminished, she peered through the darkness and could barely see her car. Poor little Taurus, nose down with water roiling around the hood.

“I’ll be back for you. Don’t worry,” she promised, feeling like she was abandoning her baby.

Once on the narrow country road, she pushed her tangled hair out of her face and looked each way. Darkness and darkness. Dammit, why couldn’t she have an accident right in someone’s front yard? But no, the nearest house was probably the one she’d passed about a mile back. She headed that way, stopping to glare at the pool of water where her car had aquaplaned right off the road. The armadillo, of course, was long gone. At least she hadn’t hit it.

Head lowered, she trudged down the blacktop toward the house, getting wetter and wetter. Hopefully she wouldn’t trip on something in the darkness. Breaking her leg would be the final straw in a day that had been a disaster from start to finish.

Number one mistake: meeting at a halfway point for their first date when the man lived miles and miles outside of Tampa.

He sure hadn’t been worth the trip. She’d have found more excitement auditing business accounts. Then again, he hadn’t appeared all that impressed with her either. She grimaced. She’d recognized the look in his eyes, the one that said he really wanted tall and slim, an Angelina Jolie type woman, no matter that her posted picture portrayed her quite accurately: a pint-size Marilyn Monroe.

So far, she’d have to say finding a guy through the Internet rated right up there with back-country shortcuts, her second mistake of the day.

Aunt Eunice always swore things happened in threes. So would braking for an armadillo be considered her third mistake, or was there another disaster lurking in her near future?

She shivered as the wind howled through the palmettos and plastered her drenched clothing against her chilled body. Couldn’t stop now. Doggedly, she set one foot in front of the other, her waterlogged shoes squishing with every step.

An eternity later, she spotted a glimmer of light. Relief rushed through her when she reached a driveway studded with hanging lights. Surely whoever lived here would let her wait out the storm. She walked through the ornate iron gates, up the palm-lined drive past landscaped lawns, until finally she reached a three-story stone mansion. Black wrought iron lanterns illumined the entry.

“Nice place,” she muttered. And a little intimidating. She glanced down at herself to check the damage. Mud and rain streaked her tailored slacks and white button-down shirt, hardly a suitable image for a conservative accountant. She looked more like something even a cat would refuse to drag in.

Shivering hard, she brushed at the dirt and grimaced as it only streaked worse. She stared up at the huge oak doors guarding the entrance. A small doorbell in the shape of a dragon glowed on the side panel, and she pushed it.

Seconds later, the doors opened. A man, oversized and ugly as a battle-scarred Rottweiler, looked down at her. “I’m sorry, miss, you’re too late. The doors are locked.”

What the heck did that mean?

“P-please,” she said, stuttering with the cold. “My car’s in a ditch, and I’m soaked, and I need a place to dry out and call for help.” But did she really want to go inside with this scary-looking guy? Then she shivered so hard her teeth clattered together, and her mind was made up. “Can I come in? Please?”

He scowled at her, his big-boned face brutish in the yellow entry light. “I’ll have to ask Master Z. Wait here.” And the bastard shut the door, leaving her in the cold and dark.

Jessica wrapped her arms around herself, standing miserably, and finally the door opened again. Again the brute. “Okay, come on in.”

Relief brought tears to her eyes. “Thank you, oh, thank you.” Stepping around him before he could change his mind, she barreled into a small entry room and slammed into a solid body. “Oomph,” she huffed.

Firm hands gripped her shoulders. She shook her wet hair out of her eyes and looked up. And up. The guy was big, a good six feet, his shoulders wide enough to block the room beyond.

He chuckled, his hands gentling their grasp on her arms. “She’s freezing, Ben. Molly left some clothing in the blue room; send one of the subs.”

“Okay, boss.” The brute Ben disappeared.

“What is your name?” Her new host’s voice was deep, dark as the night outside.

“Jessica.” She stepped back from his grip to get a better look at her savior. Smooth black hair, silvering at the temples, just touching his collar. Dark gray eyes with laugh lines at the corners. A lean, hard face with the shadow of a beard adding a hint of roughness. He wore tailored black slacks and a black silk shirt that outlined hard muscles underneath. If Ben was a Rottweiler, this guy was a jaguar, sleek and deadly.

“I’m sorry to have bothered,” she started.

Ben reappeared with a handful of golden clothing that he thrust at her. “Here you go.”

She took the garments, holding them out to keep from getting the fabric wet. “Thank you.”

A faint smile creased the manager’s cheek. “Your gratitude is premature, I fear. This is a private club.”

“Oh. I’m sorry.” Now what was she going to do?

“You have two choices. You may sit out here in the entryway with Ben until the storm passes. The forecast stated the winds and rain would die down around six or so in the morning, and you won’t get a tow truck out on these country roads until then. Or you may sign papers and join the party for the night.”

She looked around. The entry was a tiny room with a desk and one chair. Not heated. Ben gave her a dour look.

Sign something? She frowned. Then again, in this lawsuit-happy world, every place made a person sign releases, even to visit a fitness center. So she could sit here all night. Or…be with happy people and be warm. No-brainer. “I’d love to join the party.”

“So impetuous,” the manager murmured. “Ben, give her the paperwork. Once she signs or not she may use the dressing room to dry off and change.”

“Yes, sir.” Ben rummaged in a file box on the desk, pulled out some papers.

The manager tilted his head at Jessica. “I will see you later then.”

Ben shoved three pages of papers at her and a pen. “Read the rules. Sign at the bottom.” He scowled at her. “I’ll get you a towel.”

She started reading. Rules of the Shadowlands.

“Shadowlands. That’s an unusual na–” she said, looking up. Both men had disappeared. Huh. She returned to reading, trying to focus her eyes. Such tiny print. Still, she never signed anything without reading it.

Doors will open at…

Water pooled around her feet. Her teeth chattered so hard she had to clench her jaw. There was a dress code. Something about cleaning the equipment after use. Halfway down the second page, her eyes started blurring. Damn it all. This was just a club, after all; it wasn’t like she was signing mortgage papers.

Turning to the last page, she scrawled her name.

When Ben returned, he checked the papers for her signature, handed her a towel, and showed her into an opulent restroom off the entry. Glass-doored stalls along one side faced a mirrored wall with sinks and counters.

She glanced in the mirror and winced: short, pudgy woman, straggly blonde hair, pale complexion now blue with cold. Surprising that they’d even let her in the door. Dropping the borrowed clothing on the marble counter, she kicked her shoes off and tried to unbutton her shirt. Her hands were numb, shaking uncontrollably, and time after time, the buttons slipped from her stiff fingers. She couldn’t even get her slacks off, and she was shuddering so hard her bones hurt.

“Dammit,” she muttered and tried again.

The door opened. “Jessica, are you–” The manager. “No, you are obviously not all right.” He stepped inside, a dark figure wavering in her blurry vision.

“Permit me.” Without waiting for her answer, he stripped her out of her clothes as one would a two-year-old, even peeling off her sodden bra and panties. His hands were hot, almost burning, against her chilled skin.

She was naked. As the thought percolated through her numb brain, she jerked away and grabbed at the dry clothing. His hand intercepted hers.

“No, pet.” He plucked something from her hair, opening his hand to show muddy leaves. “First a shower.”

He wrapped a hard arm around her waist and moved her into one of the glass-fronted stalls behind where she’d been standing. With his free hand, he turned on the water, and heavenly warm steam billowed up. He adjusted the temperature.

“In you go,” he ordered. A hand on her bottom, he nudged her into the shower.

The water felt scalding hot against her frigid skin, and she gasped, then sighed as the heat began to penetrate. After a minute, she realized the door of the stall was open. Arms crossed, the man leaned against the door frame, watching her with a slight smile on his lean face.

“I’m fine,” she muttered, turning so her back was to him. “I can manage by myself.”

“No, you obviously cannot,” he said evenly. “Wash the mud out of your hair. The left dispenser has shampoo.”

Mud in her hair. She’d totally forgotten; maybe she did need a keeper. After using the vanilla-scented shampoo, she let the water sluice through her hair. Brown water and twigs swirled down the drain. The water finally ran clear.

“Very good.” The water shut off. Blocking the door, he rolled up his sleeves, displaying corded, muscular arms. She had the unhappy feeling he was going to keep helping her, and any protest would be ignored. He’d taken charge as easily as if she’d been one of the puppies at the shelter where she volunteered.

“Out with you now.” When her legs wobbled, he tucked a hand around her upper arm, holding her up with disconcerting ease. The cooler air hit her body, and her shivering started again.

After blotting her hair, he grasped her chin and tipped her face up to the light. She gazed up at his darkly tanned face, trying to summon up enough energy to pull her face away.

“No bruises. I think you were lucky.” Taking the towel, he dried off her arms and hands, rubbing briskly until he appeared satisfied with the pink color. Then he did her back and shoulders. When he reached her breasts, she pushed at his hand. “I can do that.”

He ignored her like she would a buzzing fly, his attentions gentle but thorough, even to lifting each breast and drying underneath.

When he toweled off her butt, she wanted to hide. If there was any part of her that should be covered, it was her hips. Overweight. Jiggly. He didn’t seem to notice.

Then he knelt and ordered, “Spread your legs.”

Come Away With Me – The Andrades Volume 1

Come Away With Me by Ruth Cardello

Gio Andrade:
Rich, powerful, sexy. A man who thinks he has everything . . . until he meets Julia.

Julia Bennett:
Sweet, spontaneous, and desperate to sell her jewelry line in New York City. She takes a job as a night security guard to pay the rent.

Sparks fly when she mistakes her boss for an intruder.

He can’t get her out of his head. She can’t find the strength to deny him.

Will lies bring them together or tear them apart forever?

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Overall Reading Enjoyment

Star Rating 2

Overall Sexual Enjoyment

Star Rating 2

Hmmmm this review is going to be a little short and sweet.

The story was a lot longer than it needed to be. It seemed like the author was trying to make it a full length book, but she didn’t have much to work with. Alpha male meets female, they have sex, family trouble happens, they run away, he gets mad, etc. etc.  It was a very typical story staring a rich guy and a girl who’s trying to make it in the world. It wasn’t a terrible read, but it wasn’t the best it could have been either. I personally would have loved it more if he really groveled at the end but that didn’t happen. Either way if you’re looking for one of those typical stories then feel free to give it a read.

Some Like it Charming: A Temporary Engagement Book 1

Some Like it Charming by Megan Bryce

Mackenzie Wyatt believes in two things: herself and her plan. And her plan is to keep her head down and to work hard until she can retire. Never mind that she doesn’t know what she’ll do once she retires– at least she won’t be working for the man anymore. Because even though he’s a gorgeous man, he’s still her boss and he likes to push her buttons.

Ethan Howell O’Connor’s charmed life comes to a screeching halt after his latest ex-girlfriend starts a fashionable trend in talking to the tabloids. Now all of Ethan’s old girlfriends are talking to the press, ruining his reputation, and wiping that charming smile right off his face. The only person who can brighten his black mood is the same person who can annoy him to kingdom come. He and Mackenzie have feuded since the day she was hired but now Ethan’s starting to realize: maybe those sparks were hiding a blazing fire.

Mackenzie’s about to find out that sometimes a gorgeous man can come up with a plan all his own, and it’s a given that it’ll mess hers up.

~A Temporary Engagement~ (books can be read in any order)
Some Like It Charming
Some Like It Ruthless
Some Like It Perfect
Some Like It Hopeless

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Reader Enjoyment (can you see i’m still trying to work a name for this part XP)

Star Rating 5

Overall Sensual Enjoyment

Star Rating 5

This story has to be another favorite one of mine right now. The chemistry was perfect, the characters practically jumped off the pages and they humor was just off the charts. I loved Mackenzie,  even though everyone is falling head over heels for Ethan, she didn’t take any of his crap. Sure she had the hots for him, but she was not going to fall for his nonsense anytime soon. And Ethan was just perfection, yes he was a playboy but he wasn’t obnoxious about it, he was actually a really down to earth guy…. who liked to raid her desk for Snicker bars. ….. XP

There isn’t much i can really say without giving anything away so i’ll leave it at that. Though i highly recommend that anyone who wants a good laugh should read this. She picks him up when he’s feeling the lowest and even when she doesn’t want to, he makes her laugh. Add in a little chocolate hunting and what’s not to love?


Actually, I didn’t know it but I’ve actually read the last book before i even read the first book. >< And i just have to say wow is there a difference between the two. From what other reviewers are saying the first three books are very similar in their laid back atmosphere, while the fourth book is a real piece of work. It is very, very different from the others, so much so that i didn’t even think that the first and fourth were written by the same author. While the first three at more cherry and happy, the fourth is much more gritty in my own terms. Yes, at times the fourth book had it’s own cute moments, but it came off as more heart breaking to me.

The main female character loved a gay man, and i mean love, she wanted the whole sha-bang, white picket fence and 2.5 kids. But he didn’t see her that way, he loved her and still loves her but he’ll never be a straight man, and he knows he’ll never be able to give her what she wants most. She ends up meeting another man, who is our main hero and things kick off. I don’t remember a lot of things, but from what i remember they settle into a strange relationship. The Hero and Heroine like each other but the Heroine will always love her gay friend, and the Hero i think was ok with that.

I don’t know, it was so weird that i don’t even want to re-read it. i’m just not a fan of those kind of relationships. I mean if you love someone shouldn’t they be you’re number one? I don’t understand how you can say you love your significant other and then say, that in your heart there is a place for another person. I just can’t wrap my mind around that. Maybe it’s because i have very little trust in people but i don’t see how that can work. If  say I love someone, then i’m going to devote everything i can into making things work, i’m not going to leave any room for them to think that i don’t love them. Because if i’m giving my trust and my love to them, then they better do the same in return. And if they break that trust, then I know they won’t be worth it, I haven’t been in any real relationships but that’s just what i believe.

It’s probably because of a stupid childhood trauma but i hate cheating. I cant stand it, especially in a romantic sense. Say I’m in a committed relationship and i love my boyfriend, but i love my best friend as well. I don’t think i could ever give my all to my boyfriend. Even though i’m not in a relationship with my best friend, the fact that i harbor intimate feelings for them, in my book is not right. That’s just too close to cheating in my mind, it doesn’t matter if nothing ever comes of it, I would not be able to tolerate that kind of relationship. I would rather be a lone than let someone think they would never be my Number 1.

Even though i didn’t like the fourth book, I’d still be willing to read the rest of the books in the series. And even though I didn’t like the fourth book, I’d still recommend others to read it. Because not only do you get to visit previous characters, but it’ll really make you think about how you approach your own relationships. I still don’t like how it ended but i’m still thinking about it know, and for an author to make her reader think about her book after … 5 months, that’s pretty good.

Happy Readings People! – Mini-Squirt

Torkel’s Chosen: A World Beyond Book 1

Torkel’s Chosen by Michelle Howard

What would you do if Earth didn’t have enough men?
Would you take a chance and leave the only world you knew behind?
This is the decision Faith Reid faces. Placing all her hope in a new government program, she seizes the opportunity that offers a chance for the women of Earth to find love among the stars, on a world beyond the one they know.

How many times can one man risk rejection?
Would you give up on your dreams?
Torkel Alonson has had enough of being ignored and looked over by females on his adopted home world of Enotia. His pride has suffered and he must accept the painful truth. Females will never choose a male with his evil lineage despite his honorable service to his government’s military.

Can two people looking for the same thing find not just what they want but what they need in one another?

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-I personally got mine for $.99 due to a promotion.

Story Rating

Star Rating 4

Sexual Rating

Star Rating 4

Heheheh this story was just adorable. A lot of other reviews will say it had a good start and then it dropped and I would agree with that statement. But there were more things i loved about the story that out weighted the things i didn’t like, so I’m happy giving it the rating that i did.

The beginning was beautiful, she was the human girl, looking for a place where she would be cherished and loved and he was a jilted man looking for love, but had already lost all hope.

I love Torkel, sure there some moments that didn’t work out with him, but over all i loved the way he opened himself up to Faith, for such a strong protector, he was so innocent. While Faith was a beautiful strong female lead, she was dropped into a new world, not knowing anything, and still went through with what she set out to do. And even though she was timid here and there she never became that annoying character that gets on everyone’s nerve, and yes I still like her even after some of the mistakes she made.

ALERT!!! ALERT!! SPOILER AHEAD…. but nothing that you wouldn’t already know while reading the story. I would ever give a way big major events. 

Slight spoiler, even though it’s right in the beginning so i don’t feel so bad, as she’s going down to choose her husband she’s offered money to pick Torkel. And that moment will continue to haunt her because she falls for him, but know she’s stuck with that guilt hanging over her. Even a certain dick uses that against her and in the end she loses the thing she’s come to value the most, Torkel’s trust. And that my friends is where the story goes downhill.

She ends up getting kidnapped and right before he’s about to rescue her, he finds out that she had betrayed him, and put not only him but this three squadrons in constant danger. And instead of saving her, he leaves her to the enemy thinking that she was already working for the wrong side. But instead she is tortured and beaten repeatedly knowing that Torkel loves her, and would never stop searching until he found her.

The story from here just got hard to read, not because it was bad, but because of all the emotion that was going back and forth. Don’t get me wrong, I love everything about this book but the resolution just kind of fell through. I personally believe Torkel forgave her way to quickly, Faith needed to suffer more. Yes, she kind of paid for her mistakes with the torture she went through but that wasn’t enough for me. She continued to lie to Torkel and his men, who really came to cherish her and the what she did for their commander, and she put not only them in danger but innocent people because of her betrayal. Yes, she had nightmares and was badly hurt but that’s all they saw, the team only saw a female traitor that was treated badly by her comrades. They NEEDED to see that she was not a traitor and that she went through so much more than they thought she did. They needed to see the full picture of her suffering to see that what did they did was also wrong. They left a female a lone in a place that they knew was not safe, even if she was working for the bad guys. *Sighs* I felt like the author just kind of swept that under the rug where it became, ” Oh, ok she was tortured, the hero feels kind of bad, forgives her, and goes after the bad guy.” I mean come on you were doing so good!!!! You should have went the full 10 yards!!! I understand that you do have deadlines, but it would have been wonderful to see more depth in the characters in the end.

Even though I didn’t enjoy the resolution, i still loved the book. i mean come on, Torkel had pretty much given all hope of EVER finding a wife, and this little petite thing chooses him, him! And then my god, when Faith taught him what a strip dance was and I fell in love with him. His reaction was just priceless. I can’t even say how much i loved him.

Even though i didn’t enjoy the ending, I would still re-read this and the rest of the books in the series. I don’t know if i would spend $3.99 on it, but for $.99 it was a pretty good read.

Sup!

Sorry for not posting for a while but i think i finally have things figured out. Since i’m kind of lazy I was expecting on doing a once a week release. But obviously i missed last week….. SO new rule!! When ever i miss a week I’ll post an additional review to make up for the ones i missed. And with that i hope you continue to visit every week! Thanks For Reading! ^_^

Eternal Vows – Book 1 (The Ruby Ring Saga)

Eternal Vows – The Ruby Ring Saga by Chrissy Peebels.

Never marry a stranger…even if he is a drop-dead gorgeous immortal king.

Never pretend to be a princess.

And most importantly…never slip on an ancient wedding ring you know nothing about.

Sarah Larker returns to a cave where her sister disappeared ten years earlier. She walks through a portal and is mistaken for a runaway princess on the run by a dangerous immortal king in medieval times. Her plan is bold as well as daring—become this princess, wed the king, and slip on an ancient wedding ring that will unlock the portal back home. Then find her sister and run as fast as she can out of Dodge. But taking on the identity of Princess Gloria comes along with dangerous consequences; and slipping on the ruby ring comes with an even higher price.

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Story

Star Rating 2

Sex

Star Rating .5

Ok, first off, I personally am not a fan of stories that go on for another 3-4 books. because I don’t believe that a single romance story can go on for that long. Because what endings happening is they they re-hashing the same issues over and over again. Just give the couples a happy ending in the first book and call it “The End.” I really don’t understand this thing authors have been doing now a days. It’s just dumb in so many ways.

Now Eternal Vows had a good start. Sarah Larker is looking for her older sister who happen to disappear on her one day, so from then on she has dedicated her entire life to finding anything she can about the supernatural. And a long the way she happens to fall through a magical worm hole that transport her to another world. A little case of mistaken identity and she gets locked in a prison, belonging to the most handsome man she could possible meet. Their connection is outstanding, it’s almost hypnotic but she’s scared. “Why does she feel this connection?” And now due to the situation she finds herself married and on the run from not only her husband but pretty much the entire world. But wait, she’s not by herself, She happens to be traveling with a noisy reporter that she used to go out with, who happen to get transported with her.

The story, had a really good start, but at some point it just flopped. I think the book could have been a few pages shorter, there was a lot on unnecessary dialogue between her ex and her that didn’t need to be in the book. Yes, Sarah’s snarky comments were funny, especially towards her ex, but the conversation didn’t need to go on for a page and a half (exaggerating but you get my point.)

While I liked the fact that Sarah was a very strong personality, I didn’t like how she was bouncing back and forth between her feelings for both her Ex and her now husband. Sure the Ex wants to get back together and she keeps on saying no to him, you as a reader kind of feel like if she gives in just a little bit, they’re totally going to end up sleeping with each other. But the Husband, now he’s a piece of work, not only is he beautiful, and arrogant, but you generally get the feeling that he cares for her, even though they only knew each other for a totally of half a day.

Overall, the book had a good start, but I’m just not a fan of series about choosing between to guys and a girl who may or may not turn into that annoying bitch, who can’t make up her mind. I know kind of a downer for a first review, but I wanted to be different hahah XP.