Hello there ladies,
I trust you’re enjoying your Sunday and heading for a good work week. Thank you for your support with the poll so far, please don’t forget to vote! Scroll down to find it, but I will repost over the month for your voting convenience 😉
This week I had a FANTASTIC reading week, one of the best EVER, and I’m so stoked to share it with you. This little joke pretty much sums it up for me…
This week I read:
Tempting the Player by J Lynn/Jennifer L Armentrout was a great read if not a little predictable. Very much like Tempting the Best Man, the first book in the series I raved about last week. Dirty by Megan Hart was next on my list but I opted for Real by Katy Evans instead, due to a few strong recommendations I had here on the blog (thank you, by the way, for those suggestions).
Let me put it to you this way:
Yes, a solid, triple sqyeeeeeeee from me! This book was FANTASTIC! It has a delicious raw intensity that grabs you by the throat, mauls you, and spits you out the other side, thoroughly chewed. Think Beautiful Disaster on steroids with double the intensity of the This Man series. Not only was the story gripping but she’s blessed with exceptional writing skills, applying her craft with a daring and fresh approach. She’s left me in awe. From Goodreads I get the impression that this is her first novel, and it seems she has four more planned for this series though – thank goodness – Real does not leave you hanging. If I could award it six stars on Goodreads I would and I’ve listed it as an all time fav. I loved it! So deserving of my Best Of The Best award I’m going to give it two! 😉
You can visit her website and subscribe to her newsletter if you fall for this book as hard as I have:
Remy is right up there with Christian, Gideon and Jesse – oh sigh! 😉
Currently I’m reading:
Dirty by Megan Hart is, so far, one of the most beautifully written books I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. It’s like the adult version of Dr Seuss’ Cat In The Hat. The whole book has a deeply poetic feel to it, a rhythm to her words that gives new meaning to having a way with words. She spins them gently like a cat would weave itself between your legs, purring softly with pleasure. I’m not sure where the story is going yet, but I’m loving the writing. I’ll keep you posted.
On my shelf I have:
Mighty Storm by Samantha Towle
Happy reading ladies!