5 Star Review: A Change in Tide (Northern Lights, #1) by Freya Barker

Monday, 10 April 2017 No comments
A Change in Tide (Northern Lights, #1)A Change in Tide by Freya Barker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Yet another wonderfully poignant story by Freya Barker.

With an overall more timid but no less thought-provoking feel to it, A Change in Tide carries readers along a wave of emotion as you experience Mia’s struggles with PTSD and the daily, painful reminders of the life she once lived.

When ex-hockey star Jared moves into a lakeside house, he does so in the hope that following his retirement from the sport that he loved, he’ll be afforded the space and tranquillity to reflect on his future. Jared’s has lived his life to the fullest with fame, money and women aplenty but now he finds himself wanting something totally different out of life and new neighbour, Mia, unwittingly holds the key to his future.

5 Stars Review: Unscrupulous (The Manhattanites #1) by Avery Aster

Monday, 3 April 2017 No comments
Unscrupulous (The Manhattanites, #1)Unscrupulous by Avery Aster
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

ARC provided courtesy of Avery Aster in return for an honest review.

Who wouldn't love this book. It has a big daddy, an anaconda and vajazzling and no I've not been drinking and mixing up my porn and wildlife programmes!!!

Set in a world of fashion and high end living, this book quickly sweeps you along into a lifestyle most could only dream off. Taddy Brill is a stunning wealthy socialite and add in Warner Truman, with the physique of an American footballer, and the scene is set for a hot, sexy, dirty and above all else, loveable storyline. Both self-made millionaires, they work hard and play even harder.

The supporting cast is fabulous especially Kiki, Taddy's Mormon executive assistant who's naivety and innocence results in extremely entertaining situations.

Taddy’s besties come in the form of Vive, Lex and Blake all of whom have an interesting story to tell in their own right. I’d love to explore a relationship between Vive and Warner’s brother, Sheldon. Now that would be explosive!!!! Although, books could spin off from any of the supporting cast as they are all equally delicious.

This book takes you from Manhattan to St Barth’s and the South of France for the Cannes film festival so hold on to your seats, sip your champagne and enjoy the ride.

If you love your erotic romance mixed with humour and a splash of quirkiness then this book is for you.


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