Review by Natalie
Holy Hotness I don't even know where to start. I'll start with I loved this book! I have found that m/m can be tricky at times. Either its all sex which don't get me wrong can sometimes be good or the story line just drags on. That is not the case with Reunion. The story is great, it grabbed my attention right from the start and I couldn't put it down. There are times when your heart is breaking for these two amazingly strong men and then you're smiling right along with them. You can really feel the love these two have for each other right from the begining. Now to the sex. It was off the charts hot hot hot. I think my reader might have been smoking. I can't wait to see what JJ has instore for us in book 2!!
Review by Natalie
This was an emotional charged story of second chances. Of realizing that seconds chances can be the best chances to take. A story so full of passion, love, and pain so raw that it just pours off the pages at you. Your heart will break wide open for Micheal and Lucy.
Micheal and Lucy are both broken. Their paths intersect one another purely by accident. Although Micheal knows the reasons Lucy has no idea. Only when Micheal's business partner goes behind his back and hires Lucy to be their personal assistance does Lucy become aware of Micheal. As their professional relationship builds so does the attraction between them. Unable to fight their feelings for one another they give into them. But buried secrets are simmering just below the surface waiting to tear their world apart.
We are all searching for that one true love. That one person that makes us so happy we don't think we can breath without them. This story will show you that fairy tales do come true even if you weren't always a believer.
Being a lover of all things AC Bextor I can honestly say that this new book was something so different from anything she has written in the past that I'm hoping she will give us more.
I was given this advanced copy for an honest review.
This story starts with Skull finding out Beth is alive. Not only is she alive she has a daughter......Skulls daughter. Torch is sent to find them and bring them back. A chance meeting in a bar sets Torch and Katie on odyssey unlike any other. Their story is funny and heartbreaking. Its a story of realizing you are good enough no matter your limitations. Its a story of believing there is good in the world even though your whole life you were shown the opposite. Its full of touching moments that will bring tears to your eyes. There may be an elevator scene that is so hot yet so moving that you reach for the tissues. Dont get me wrong its also full of funny moments as well. Katie is a spitfire. She definitley can go toe to toe with Torch. And Torch certainly has his work cut out for him in trying to tame her.
All her life everything Katie has done she has done for Beth. And now she not only fights for Beth she fights for her niece. They are all that matters to her. Until Hunter!
Torch has never wanted anything permanent. A couple of days or a couple of weeks its all he's ever been willing to give. Until Katie!
After Katie overhears a conversation between Torch and Skull she thinks that everything that has been building between her and Torch is a lie. She runs!
Now Torch must find her in time to keep her safe from her past and some how convince her that what she heard was misunderstood.
Once again Jordan Marie has delivered a story that draws you in from the beginning. My eyes were glued to my reader and I found I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. I have come to expect the best from her and I can say this book was certainly one of her best.
I was given an advanced copy for an honest review. Book Club Gone Wrong
I was really excited to read this story and after being drawn right in from the beginging it quickly became an obsession to read what was on the next page.
Troy and Sparrows story is not your conventional love story and it certainly did not start out as a love story. But love isn't always conventional. Some time it sneaks up on you in the most unconventional way. Like a freight train slamming into you.
Troy is not a nice guy.
He Owned, He Consumed, He Possesed, He Overwhelmed.
Sparrow is everything nice.
Young, Sweet, Innocent.
After Sparrow is forced into a life and a situation she doesn't want she quickly learns to adapt. And Troy learns she can not be easily pushed around. They settle into a routine of sorts. But they both learn to soon it's not the devil you know that you need to worry about it's the devil in sheeps clothing you need to be aware of.
This is an amazingly well written story of the ties that bind. Of vengence. Of children having to pay for the sins of their fathers. And in the midst of all that finding love. Even when you didn't want it. Realizing that true love means excepting everything about a person. The good, the bad, and the ugly....the really really ugly.
This story builds and builds with a shocking revelation that had my heart pounding and had me on the edge of my chair waiting to see what would happen next.
I was introduced to L.J. Shen by a friend and I'm very greatful for the introduction and I look forward to reading more from her in the future.
I was given this book for an honest review. Natalie W
From the moment these to first meet it seems they have gotten under each other's skin. Right from the beginning Ty saw Blair truly saw her for the amazing person she is. She's beautiful, smart, funny, and sassy. What Blair see's is a drop dead gorgeous mountain of a man covered in tat's with a cocky attitude, an abundance of confidence and the most amazing smile she's ever seen. While her brain, her heart, and her hormones battle for supremacy Tyler's are all on the same page. They want Blair. But Blair doesnt want to get hurt. And while she know's she's in trouble she can't resist. Once she stop's fighting him and let's him in she fall's hard. But when Tyler's past blow's up in their faces Blair is convinced they are finished. What she comes to realize is we all have a past some may be more colorful than others but it's still your past. And what's important is the present and the future.