Archive | December 2016

Fix You by Carrie Elks

Fix YouFix You by Carrie Elks

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So I’ve obviously been living under a rock for a year….. ahhhh Richard and Hanna LOVE THEM!!!!! Can’t believe I had never read Fix You, it was a perfect read as I was enjoying lying on my sunbed with my Kindle throwing tequila sunrises down my throat over Christmas.

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Naughty Boss by Whitney G.

Naughty BossNaughty Boss by Whitney G.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 
Subject: I Wonder If He Eats Pussy…. I’m currently staring at his mouth as he’s (surprise, surprise) being an utter jerk and telling the staff all the things he wants them to redo and the thought just crossed my mind.”

A hot treat of a novella. A sizzling connection between Mya and Michael, and LOVED the email conversations that took place in the book, these alone made it 5 stars for me. Read in an hour, a perfect pick me up between books.

We need more of these Whitney, you rocked Naughty Boss!

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Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

Four Letter Word (Dirty Deeds, #1)Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

 

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Audible review 3.5 stars

Fate. Hate. Love. Lies.

This is my first toe dip into the world of J. Daniels. The blurb doesn’t give too much away, and it quickly got straight into the main crux of the story. Even though you could guess what was coming, it still kept you interested. The main characters were solid, relate-able and the sub characters added to the overall enjoyment.

However, the narration on the audio was a little off putting, I thought Kate Russell did a great job with Sydney, and when she voiced Brian. I found her voice to be better then Sebastian York, I could have listened to the whole book with Kate’s voice as single narration and enjoyed it a whole lot more. I know people bill him as “The King of Aural”, stacks of authors use him, but I find his voice very mature, At some points I felt like I was listening to my dad (who’s 72 and British, but you know what I mean), as Brian he sounded too old, way beyond his years, and not the hip part-owner of a surf shop, who hangs out with the boys at weekends. But I’m wishing now I had read the book, I think it would have gained an extra half star from me.

I’m looking forward to reading Jamie and Tori’s story in Hit the Spot, judging by the cat and mouse we’ve already glimpsed in Four Letter Word with them, it’s going to be a hot fun read

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