The Neon Dreams series by Caisey Quinn #Review

The Neon Dreams series by Caisey Quinn #Review

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The eye-catching covers might have drawn my attention, but the writing and the story are what kept me reading. Interesting characters, exciting musician-on-the-road lifestyles, and sexual tension that left my fingers scorched wherever they touched the pages are all reasons why these books are on my keeper shelf, and why I’ve got my calendar marked for the next book.  Is it October yet?

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Caisey Quinn’s Neon Dreams series is one that somehow went under my radar until I met her at the RT Convention in Dallas at the Avon party.  She was signing the second book in the series, Loving Dallas, and I was thrilled to receive a copy. The blurb was interesting and the author was very enthusiastic about the series, but I put it aside until I bought the first book, Leaving Amarillo because I can’t start with the second book in a series.

OnceI started reading Leaving Amarillo, I couldn’t put it down.  I like the characters – a brother and sister and the brother’s best friend have a band and they’re traveling around Texas trying to make it big.  Dixie, the sister, has a college music scholarship but if they can get a contract she won’t be going back to school.  She’s also got a huge crush on Gavin, their childhood friend.  Apparently Gavin promised her brother Dallas that he’d never make a move on Dixie and he’s stayed true to his word… until Dixie forces his hand.

From there it’s a wonderfully hot story of passion – both physical passion and their passion for music.  When I turned the last page, I’ll admit I was really frustrated – I gave it a 3.75 on goodreads because I was enjoying the story but the end is unresolved between Dixie and Gavin and since the next book is Dallas’ story we won’t be getting their resolution until book 3.  I knew in my heart there was no way I’d enjoy Dallas’ story because I was mad that we didn’t Dixie and Gavin’s story resolved.

Well, I am the first to admit when I’m wrong.  I really enjoyed Loving Dallas. Dallas went on the road alone and his story is a “second chance love” story.  Not what I expected and I loved it.  There were times when I was frustrated with the lack of communication between the characters, but honestly I didn’t care.  The secondary characters helped move the story along, but they were also interesting in and of themselves.

This has been a great series so far and I can’t wait for the next book, Loving Dixie. I would not recommend trying to read these books as stand-alones.  The set up for Dixie and Gavin’s HEA is set and it’s going to be epic, I just know it!

Recommendations:
Fans of “Rock Star” romance and fans of New Adult will probably enjoy the Neon Dreams series.  Fans of Jamie Shaw’s Mayhem series, Erica Kelly’s Rock Star Romance series, and Liora Blake’s True Devotion series may want to give the Neon Dreams series a try.

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The Neon Dreams series by Caisey Quinn #Review
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Neon Dreams 1Nashville meets New Adult in Neon Dreams, a dramatic, sexy series from bestselling author Caisey Quinn, about a country band’s rocky road to fame—and the ambition, dreams, and love of the people who make the music.

Dixie Lark hasn’t had it easy. She lost her parents in an accident when she was young and grew up in a ramshackle house on a dirt road in Amarillo with her ailing grandparents and overprotective older brother. Thanks to her grandfather, Dixie learned to play a mean fiddle, inspired by the sounds of the greats—Johnny and June, Waylon, and Hank. Her grandfather’s fiddle changed Dixie’s life forever, giving her an outlet for the turmoil of her broken heart and inspiring a daring dream.

Ten years later, Dixie and her brother, Dallas, are creating the music they love and chasing fame with their hot band, Leaving Amarillo. But Dixie isn’t enjoying the ride. All she can think about is Gavin, the band’s tattooed, tortured drummer who she’s loved since they were kids. She knows he feels the connection between them, but he refuses see her as more than his best friend’s little sister.

Convinced that one night with Gavin will get him out of her system, Dixie devises a plan. She doesn’t know that her brother has forbidden Gavin from making a move on her-a promise he swore he’d always keep . . . a promise that once broken will unexpectedly change the future for Dixie, Gavin and the band.

Neon Dreams 2In the second novel in bestselling author Caisey Quinn’s Neon Dreams series, a country rock band and its members embark on the rocky road to fame and find love along the way.

Dallas Lark is so close to achieving his dream of making it big in country music that he can taste it. Arriving in Nashville after signing with sexy, successful manager Mandy Lantram, his life goes from tragedy and turmoil to one lucky break after another—except it isn’t really luck because Dallas has sacrificed everything for his career, leaving behind his band, sister, best friend, and high school sweetheart, Robyn, in the pursuit of fame.

Robyn Breeland is a successful marketing coordinator and promotions specialist for a thriving liquor distributor out of Texas. She loves every aspect of her job: coming up with new ideas, traveling, hosting promotional parties and exclusive events—until it brings her face-to-face with the man who broke her heart, prompting her to erect a steel cage around it.

When their paths collide and they’re forced to work together, Dallas and Robyn realize that the old spark they thought they’d extinguished might still be a burning flame.

blank_book(Blurb from Booktopia) The stunning final installment in Caisey Quinn's Neon Dreams trilogy.

Fighting for redemption...

I've lived most of my life in darkness, beneath the shadows of secrets and addictions. The last thing I ever wanted to do was hurt the only girl I'd ever loved-the one who brought me into the light. In my entire life I'd made one promise-a promise I'd intended to keep. I've broken that promise and now I have to live with the fallout. Dixie Lark hates me, and I have to tell her that I love her. I also have to tell her a truth that might destroy us forever.

Can she love me even if she can't forgive me?

Learning to move on...

Gavin Garrison broke his promise to my brother and he broke my heart in the process. I may never love anyone the way I've loved him, but at least I won't spend my life wondering what if. We had our one night and he walked away. I'm finally beginning to move on when my brother's wedding and a battle of the bands brings us back together.

Our band is getting a second chance, but I don't know if I can give him one. How do you hand your heart back to the person who set it on fire once already?
The Bourbon Kings – Release Day Review

The Bourbon Kings – Release Day Review

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J.R. Ward’s newest title, The Bourbon Kings, is out today!  Be forewarned – if you’re expecting one of her Black Dagger Brotherhood stories, this isn’t it.  The Bourbon Kings is a fictional look at a wealthy Kentucky bourbon family, the empire they control, and the lives they affect. Is this family as dysfunctional as you’d think?  Yes, and then some (I told my husband they’re ‘fampires’ because this family sucks the life out of the people around them).  And while I found it hard to like most of the characters, there were several that I loved to hate.

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Review:
I know, I know, it’s not the weekend!  I just couldn’t resist reading The Bourbon Kings and today is the day it hits the shelves!

The Bourbon Kings is the fictional story of a modern-day Kentucky Bourbon family.  The Bradford family has made Bradford Bourbon for generations and the name is synonymous with quality and distinction. The family and the company are truly a dynasty:  there are family trusts, airplanes, cars, homes, and a small army of employees tasked with keeping things running smoothly, for both the business and the family.

Tulane (“Lane”) is the middle son of four children.  The oldest son, Edward, was supposed to take over the family dynasty, but after a horrifying turn of events in the past he now lives a quiet life breeding and training horses.  The youngest son, Max, is apparently off somewhere doing his own thing.  The baby sister, Virginia (“Gin”), has some serious daddy issues. Honestly, all four siblings have daddy issues – William Baldwine is mentally and physically abusive and an all-around horrible person.  Their mother (the Bradford in the family, she married William and had four children with him) retired to her bedroom suite some years ago and never left.

Lizzie King is Easterly’s head gardner.  She’s been working at Easterly for years and her heart was broken by Lane two years ago.   She’s since gotten over it, partially helped by the fact that he hasn’t been home to Easterly since their breakup.

The story takes place over the long weekend of the Charlemont Derby (I believe it’s supposed to be the equivalent of the Kentucky Derby) and the extravagant brunch thrown every year at the Bradford estate, Easterly.  Everyone who is anyone in Kentucky is there, along with the rich and famous from all over. Lane has been away for two years and has come home after getting an urgent call from Easterly.  His plan is to slip in, check on things, and slip out, but Easterly quickly grabs him in its clutches and suddenly his plan for a speedy retreat is no longer an option.

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I wouldn’t call The Bourbon Kings a contemporary romance, or even women’s fiction.  It’s more general fiction with romantic elements – If I recall correctly, there are only two romantic sex scenes and they’re not as graphic as what you would expect in a contemporary romance novel. (NOTE: There is a more graphic rape scene so if that is a trigger for you you may want to skip this book.) There is a focus on Lane and Lizzie’s relationship, but there are so many other stories in play that their relationship often takes a backseat to other events happening on the page.  This family is so incredibly unlikable, yet somehow I couldn’t stop reading.  The story is definitely reminiscent of of those over-the-top sweeping dramas like Dallas and Dynasty in the 80’s, full of big egos, big money, and low morals.

The Bourbon Kings is a story of deceit, adultery, coercion, and death.  In the midst of it all, Lane is trying to fix past mistakes, hold his family together, and prove to Lizzie that he is worthy of a second chance.  Lane may have won the award for a fictional character’s Worst. Day. Ever.  Poor Lane. I felt badly for him, even though he was not what I would consider a sympathetic character: he lives off his trust fund and has a history as a playboy, and he avoids his problems by crashing on his friend’s couch for two years – hardly your typical romantic hero.  But, he does come around and his love for Lizzie makes him want to be a better man. That is a character trait I can totally get behind.

One frustration I have with The Bourbon Kings is that it’s kind of hard to say anything about Lizzie.  She’s the ‘heroine’ of the book, if there is one, but her character doesn’t do much except provide a love interest for Lane. Unless she was with Lane, she was just kind of there in the background of all the crazy family shenanigans.

Lane’s brother Edward is really the only character who drew my genuine sympathy – physically and mentally tortured, he’s a broken shell of the man he used to be.  Even though he was far from perfect he had an interesting story and I’m looking forward to reading more about him.

I’m also curious to find out what’s going on with the sister, Gin. Gin is manipulative and a liar, and has kept a horrible secret from someone she cares about, but her story line is cruel. I struggled with actively disliking her while at the same time pitying her situation.  I wondered if she’s the way she is because of her personality, or is her personality a result of her situation.

If you’re expecting a nice, clean HEA at the end of The Bourbon Kings… you’re not going to get it.  The Bourbon Kings is going leave you wanting the next book immediately – especially if you read the 3-page preview of the next book. I have no idea if each book will focus on a different sibling, or if the story will cover the entire family all the way through with Lane and Lizzie as the ‘main’ characters, but it is a series I plan on keeping up with – this family is too shamelessly obscene to stop reading about them now!

Recommendation: I’m going to say fans of JR Ward will want to read The Bourbon Kings; even though it’s not paranormal her writing style still shines through (no, I don’t mean product placement and slang).  Fans of those glittering 80’s nighttime soap operas (think Dallas or Dynasty) or who love hearing about pop culture over-the-top family dynasties (think the Hiltons or the Kennedys) may want to give The Bourbon Kings a read.  I also believe The Bourbon Kings will appeal to fans of Downton Abbey; although it is set in modern-day United States it has that “upstairs/downstairs” feel to it.

 

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The Bourbon Kings – Release Day Review

The Bourbon Kings by J. R. Ward

four-stars
The Bourbon Kings #1
Published by: NAL, Penguin on July 28, 2015
Genres: Adult, Fiction
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Black Dagger Brotherhood delivers the first novel in an enthralling new series set amid the shifting dynamics of a Southern family defined by wealth and privilege—and compromised by secrets, deceit, and scandal....

For generations, the Bradford family has worn the mantle of kings of the bourbon capital of the world. Their sustained wealth has afforded them prestige and privilege—as well as a hard-won division of class on their sprawling estate, Easterly. Upstairs, a dynasty that by all appearances plays by the rules of good fortune and good taste. Downstairs, the staff who work tirelessly to maintain the impeccable Bradford facade. And never the twain shall meet.

For Lizzie King, Easterly’s head gardener, crossing that divide nearly ruined her life. Falling in love with Tulane, the prodigal son of the bourbon dynasty, was nothing that she intended or wanted—and their bitter breakup only served to prove her instincts were right. Now, after two years of staying away, Tulane is finally coming home again, and he is bringing the past with him. No one will be left unmarked: not Tulane’s beautiful and ruthless wife; not his older brother, whose bitterness and bad blood know no bounds; and especially not the ironfisted Bradford patriarch, a man with few morals, fewer scruples, and many, many terrible secrets.

As family tensions—professional and intimately private—ignite, Easterly and all its inhabitants are thrown into the grips of an irrevocable transformation, and only the cunning will survive.
Truth or Beard by Penny Reid #Review

Truth or Beard by Penny Reid #Review

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you haven’t read any of Penny Reid’s books – why not? I’ve enjoyed her Knitting in the City series and while reading book 4, Beauty and the Mustache, I fell in love with the Winston brothers. If Truth or Beard is any indication of the rest of the series, all I can say is “Take my money and give me all the books!”

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Jessica James is a high-school math teacher who’s come home to teach and pay off her student loans before fulfilling her dream of travelling the world. Her plan is to stay home for two years and then travel. She’s not planning on starting anything with hunky Beau Winston, the twin she’s had a crush on for as long as she can remember, but when he approaches her at a community gathering, she can’t believe it. When she finds out it was actually his twin, Duane, she’s furious – she and Duane have had an antagonistic relationship since they were kids, so why is he kissing her and looking for more?

Duane Winston has had a crush on Jessica James since they were teenagers – he can remember the exact day his feelings for her changed from aggravation to affection.  When he sees a chance to kiss her, he takes it, even though he knows she’ll be furious. As he gets to know the grown-up, post-college Jessica, he likes her even more. But she doesn’t plan to stick around, and he wants something permanent with her.

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Oh yes.  Truth or Beard was so funny and so sexy!  I have a weird one-sided love affair going on with Penny Reid, or her books anyway, and Truth or Beard is another example of what I love about her writing. If you’ve read a Penny Reid book before, you know what I’m talking about.  If you haven’t read any of her books before, you’re missing out!  Penny Reid writes absolutely delicious heroes.  I’m talking grab an imaginary spoon, dig in, and go back for seconds delicious.

Jessica and Duane have a hate-on for each other that goes back years to when they were kids.  Watching that turn around into a real attraction was delightful to read.   I enjoyed the back-and-forth between them and Duane’s plan to court her was swoony.  You’ve got this tough, bearded mechanic who is actively woo-ing his former childhood nemesis, and a sexy math teacher who’s got one foot out the proverbial door.  Throw in a side story involving one of the brothers who got into some trouble with the local motorcycle gang and you’ve got a story that’s almost impossible to put down.

Some of the conflict felt a bit forced at times – I wish Jessica hadn’t fought so hard to push Duane away, and his brilliant plan to ‘have her while he could’ really wasn’t so brilliant, but in the end it all worked out beautifully.  Of course there’s a little something that the author may be saving for a future book story line, but the seed has been planted (in my mind at least).

As Jessica and Duane’s story came to an end, all I could think was that I want every brother’s story. Right now.  (Their sister Ashley’s story was told in Beauty and the Mustache.) Whhyyyyy do I have to wait????

Recommendation:
Penny Reid is an ‘auto-buy’ author for me. I highly recommend her books if you enjoy smart, funny contemporary romance.  I think that Truth or Beard can be read as a stand-alone, although if you read ‘Beauty and the Mustache’ I think you will enjoy it even more.  Fans of Alice Clayton and Molly Harper should give Penny Reid’s books a try.

 

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Truth or Beard by Penny Reid #Review

Truth or Beard by Penny Reid

four-stars
Winston Brothers #1
on July 21, 2015
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
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Beards, brothers, and bikers! Oh my!

Identical twins Beau and Duane Winston might share the same devastatingly handsome face, but where Beau is outgoing and sociable, Duane is broody and reserved. This is why Jessica James, recent college graduate and perpetual level headed good girl, has been in naïve and unhealthy infatuation with Beau Winston for most of her life. His friendly smiles make her tongue-tied and weak-kneed, and she’s never been able to move beyond her childhood crush. Whereas Duane and Jessica have always been adversaries. She can’t stand him, and she’s pretty sure he can’t stand the sight of her…

But after a case of mistaken identity, Jessica finds herself in a massive confusion kerfuffle. Jessica James has spent her whole life paralyzed by the fantasy of Beau and her assumptions of Duane’s disdain; therefore she’s unprepared for the reality that is Duane’s insatiable interest, as well as his hot hands and hot mouth and hotter looks. Not helping Jessica’s muddled mind and good girl sensibilities, Duane seems to have gotten himself in trouble with the local biker gang, the Iron Order.

Certainly, Beau’s magic spell is broken. Yet when Jessica finds herself drawn to the man who was always her adversary, now more dangerous than ever, how much of her level-headed heart is she willing to risk?

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Everyone in Green Valley, Tennessee knows that the six bearded Winston brothers have been imbued with an unfair share of charm and charisma… and are prone to mischief.  Truth or Beard is book #1 in the Winston Brother’s series. Each book is a standalone, full length (120k words), contemporary romantic comedy novel, and follows the romantic exploits and adventures of one of the six Winston Brothers.
Romancing the TV: Netflix’s Sense8

Romancing the TV: Netflix’s Sense8

 

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I realize I am late to the party, but OMG have you seen this show? My teenaged daughter was encouraging me to watch (more on that below) and I kept hearing about it on twitter. I’m not a big fan of television, so when I finally got around to it I wasn’t expecting to be wowed, but I really, really was: I’ve watched 9 out of 12 episodes in the last 3 days.

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As I mentioned above in the PJV Quickie, I don’t watch a lot of television – I’d prefer to read.  But at the insistence of my daughter, and the praise it was getting on twitter, I decided to watch the first episode. I loved it!  The characters are diverse and dynamic and the premise is vague enough that I’m not sure what the end-game is but I’m interested enough to want to know.  I’ve got three episodes left and I’m impatiently holding off watching them until my husband and son catch up :)

 

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There are eight Sensates in a pod (No, they’re no aliens. At least I don’t think so).  Our main characters (with help from Wikipedia because I couldn’t remember all their names) are:

  • Riley Blue is living in London but is originally from Iceland.  She’s currently a popular DJ but has a run-in with unsavory characters.
  • Wolfgang Bogdanow is in Berlin.  He is a locksmith and expert safe-cracker. He is involved with the mob in some way, although I don’t think he wants to be.
  • Capheus (I don’t know if we know his last name) is a van driver in Kenya.  He is a huge Jean-Claude Van Damme fan and his bus is called “Van Damn”.  His mother is dying of AIDS and he will do whatever it takes to buy medicine for her.
  • Kala Dandekar is a pharmacist and Hindu in India who is engaged to another (rich) pharmacist but she does not love him. Her family is thrilled with the match.
  • Nomi Marks is a trans woman living in San Francisco with her girlfriend, Amanita.  Nomi is also a ‘reformed’ computer hacker who had been in trouble with the government in the past.
  • Lito Rodriguez is a popular action-movie hero actor in Mexico. He is a closeted homosexual living with his boyfriend but uses actresses as ‘beards’.
  • Sun Bak works for her father’s pharmaceutical company in Seoul.  Her father is cold and prefers her brother.  Sun also participates in underground kickboxing fights and is very, very good at it.
  • Will Gorski is a second generation Chicago police officer.  He’s wondering if all the strange things happening to him are related to an old unsolved crime.

Each of the Sensates has a vision of a woman (Daryl Hannah) dying violently.  They then begin seeing themselves either with the other Sensates, or as the other Sensates.   No one understands what’s going on and they each think they’re hallucinating, until pieces start falling into place.  There are rules to how it works.  There is a villain, I think his name is “Whispers” but I’m not sure. He is trying to eradicate all Sensates.  There is another Sensate, Jonas, who is trying to help.

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The story is spread out and follows each character separately, but together.  I know that doesn’t make sense but it will once you start watching.  One thing I love about this show is that as each episodes moves forward, my favorite character changes.  Each character is getting multiple chances to shine and make an impact on the viewer.

Be warned though (I wasn’t) that there is quite a bit of sexy stuff. From the used strap-on in the first episode to the orgy in the 6th episode, I wish I had realized it before my teen watched it.  The sex is pretty graphic. (My daughter assures me the sexy stuff was ‘gross’ and she forwarded through it because she figured it wasn’t relevant to the plot.  I really, really hope that’s true.)

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That being said, I like the loving relationships portrayed by Nomi and Amanita and Lito and Hector.  There are some characters who have “Daddy Issues”, but Capheus’ relationship with his mother, and Riley’s relationship with her father are heartwarming.

Sense8 has a nice mix of paranormal, conspiracy theories, and relationships.  I can’t wait to watch the last three episodes and am already wondering what’s in store for Season 2.  Netflix has a winner on its hands in Sense8.

Recommendation:
I don’t watch enough television to say what other shows might be similar to Sense8, it reminds me of the TV show Heroes. But sexier. Much, much sexier.  If you like shows with a paranormal storyline, I highly recommend Sense8; there’s enough going on that it doesn’t get boring.

Are you watching Sense8? What do you think?

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Manwhore +1 by Katy Evans #Review

Manwhore +1 by Katy Evans #Review

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At the end of Manwhore, I absolutely could not wait for Manwhore +1.  While I did enjoy reading about Rachel and Saint again,  Manwhore +1 missed the spark of uncertainty and anticipation that I loved in the first book.

When we left Rachel Livingston at the end of Manwhore, her life was in a shambles:  She had just been exposed for doing a secret article on one of Chicago’s hottest bachelors – Malcolm Saint. The problem was, she had fallen in love with him and was pretty sure he had fallen for her as well.  After the story blew up, he wouldn’t return her calls or e-mails.  Until now. Now he wants her…to work for him.  Rachel doesn’t want to work for Saint, though, she wants things to be like they were before.  But while she’s trying to make things right with Saint, things are not as great as she thought they would be at Edge, the magazine she works for.

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I waited, very impatiently, for Manwhore +1.  I absolutely loved Manwhore and talked it up to anyone who would listen. Unfortunately, Manwhore +1 left me wanting more, and not in a good way.  While I still love Rachel and Saint, Manwhore +1 just kind of meandered across the page.  There’s really no conflict in Manwhore +1, and sometimes that’s okay if the relationship is carrying the story, but in this case I didn’t really feel that the relationship was moving the story forward either.  The plot is very loosely defined; mostly just Rachel obsessing over Saint, and sex.  Lots of sex.  I can’t believe I’m saying a book needs more plot/less sex, but there it is.  We already know from book 1 that Malcolm is all that and a bag of chips (probably some very expensive gourmet brand), so I felt like in book 2 all of Rachel’s internal fawning over him was overkill.  And there was a lot of fawning.  I thought there might be some conflict regarding someone trying to buy out her magazine, but it’s established early on that Rachel is unhappy there and it seems like she should be leaving anyway. Her job hunt felt very 50-shades-esque with Saint knowing all the editors she interviewed for and offering to “put in a good word for her”, all the while she’s refusing to work for him.  Without going into spoilers, I felt that the whole job drama didn’t really make any sense and didn’t really make any sense from the “villain’s” point of view.

I realize this all sounds like I hated Manwhore +1, but that’s not true.  Katy Evans writes great prose but I feel like in this case it got lost in a wandering story.  Several times I’d re-read a sentence just because I liked how it sounded in my head. And I still sigh whenever I think about “dibs”. I do want to see what’s next for Rachel and Saint – I will definitely be reading Ms. Manwhore; I’m hoping Manwhore +1 is just a bridge to the rest of their story.

I’m also wondering if we’re going to get a Gina/Tahoe story?  It seems to be building up to it, and I would absolutely be interested in their story.

Recommendation: If you read and enjoyed the first book, Manwhore, I’d recommend this next installment.  Fans of Sylvia Day, Emma Chase, or J. Kenner may enjoy Manwhore +1.

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Manwhore +1 by Katy Evans #Review
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Billionaire playboy? Check.
Ruthless businessman? Check.
Absolutely sinful? Check.

Malcolm Saint was an assignment. A story. A beautiful, difficult man I was supposed to uncover for a racy exposé.

I intended to reveal him, his secrets, his lifestyle—not let him reveal me. But my head was overtaken by my heart and suddenly nothing could stop me from falling. I fell for him, and I fell hard.

Malcolm Saint is absolute Sin, and I've become a hopeless Sinner.

Now that the assignment is over, Saint wants something from me--something unexpected--and I want this wicked playboy's heart. But how can I prove to the man who trusts no one that I’m worthy of becoming his plus one?
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