∞ Review ∞ Heir of Fire by: Sarah J Maas

Heir of Fire
By: Sarah J. Maas

Lost and broken, Celaena Sardothien’s only thought is to avenge the savage death of her dearest friend: as the King of Adarlan’s Assassin, she is bound to serve this tyrant, but he will pay for what he did. Any hope Celaena has of destroying the king lies in answers to be found in Wendlyn. Sacrificing his future, Chaol, the Captain of the King’s Guard, has sent Celaena there to protect her, but her darkest demons lay in that same place. If she can overcome them, she will be Adarlan’s biggest threat – and his own toughest enemy. 

While Celaena learns of her true destiny, and the eyes of Erilea are on Wendlyn, a brutal and beastly force is preparing to take to the skies. Will Celaena find the strength not only to win her own battles, but to fight a war that could pit her loyalties to her own people against those she has grown to love?

Well I can't really put into words just how amazing I think this series is. Ill give you a little back ground however.

One night after I've been reading the second book in the series (Crown of Midnight) for a long while I feel asleep on the couch. I woke later to realize how late it was and headed to bed not thinking much. That night my house was broken into. I do not blame this on the book but unfortunately for a long wile I couldn't pick this book back up or any book for that matter. However, I really really was enjoying the series and it is for that reason only that I got over whatever it was that stopped me from finishing it. I picked the book back up and I had the third book finished in two days. AND DAMN AM I SO HAPPY THAT I DIDN'T WAIT ANY LONGER.

This series has seriously blown my world apart. The writing is so darn amazing along with the character development is just freaking great. Celaena is so full of strength which is proved in the second book. However, in this third installment we really get to see the underbelly of what makes up Celaena. She is not all tough nails and bitter retorts, even though there is no limit of those. She knows hurt and it's not the fake surface stuff. She stands strong for so many reasons and even though shes been beaten and battered she finds some little string of hope within herself. And it is this that shows me how truly amazing she is. I love her story so much. I really wish I could read the  next book right now cause I don't want to leave her.

One of my favorite things about Heir of Fire is the new character Rowan. He is such a freaking ass to her and continues to be a pain in her side throughout the whole book that everything moment with them together was priceless. The witty banter between them is so well done. Along with that though he also is able to make Celaena better. Not only in her ability to work with magic but also in the person she has become. There is such a tug of war for him, if he really cares for her as a person or a weapon to use in their war. I loved every single bit of it. As much as I love Chaol (which I very much do) I have to say I think Rowan is better suited for Celaena. I can't wait to see what is going to happen when all is said and done. (Please don't hate me for this)

One thing I wish wasn't the case with this book is all the switching of POV. I know there is a reason for it but I just loved every moment with Celaena that I didn't want to read about any one else. Well except Cheol and Dorian. Those were a nice touch, specially since we finally get to see exactly what their feeling with Celaena so far away. However the war games with the witches I just found boring. I would count the number of pages left to read to be back with Celaene and Rowan.

Over all the book was still amazing! For a third book in the series it still outdone the books before it. There were new friendships forged and new ties to break. There was swift action and unsuspecting drama that the story flowed so smoothly I didn't realize how addicted I was until I finished it in one day. Just an amazing series that I wish everyone would go out and read, as long as you like fantasy teen kick ass heroines. =D
“She was the heir of ash and fire, and she would bow to no one.”

∞ Abe: Four In Hand by MJ Fields ∞ Book Blitz

Twenty-six-year-old Abraham O’Donnell is the CFO of Steel Inc. After working tirelessly for over a year, he takes a week off to enjoy the sand, surf, and bikini-clad women of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. After all, he's earned it.

When a brief interlude with a flight attendant in her hotel room goes awry, Abe heads to a rental home with a private beach. While floating naked in the pool, he learns a guest house on the property is also occupied. So much for rest and relaxation. Ever the gentleman, Abe tries to make the most of his misfortune, and offers to make the beauties staying on the property some dinner.

It's senior year and Nikolette (Nikki) Bassett is a few days late for her last college Spring Break with her four best girlfriends. When she arrives, all these ladies can talk about is the guy next door. And once Nikki gets a look at him, she knows what they mean. Fresh from an afternoon of surfing, Nikki can hardly believe her eyes when Abe approaches. The sexual tension and banter between the two of them leads to steamy hot sex on the Atlantic shore.

It's only a Spring Break fling, and both Abe and Nikki know better than to make it out to be more than that. Or do they? Abe’s calm demeanor changes once he has a taste of Nikki. That night, no location is safe. He takes her on the beach and ravages her in his bed. But despite their mind-blowing sex, Abe's taste for ultimate control in the bedroom makes Nikki uneasy. Nikki's just getting over a heartbreak and she can't afford to let Abe in. So, she pushes aside her budding feelings, and leaves Florida and Abe behind without a backwards glance.

Not used to being dumped and afraid to admit how much it hurts, Abe cuts his loses and heads back to Steel Inc., resume his role at the top of Steel Inc., pouring his heart and soul into his work. But Nikki Moore won't be forgotten so easily. Her taste, scent, voice, the noises she made when he brought her to ecstasy, the way she tasted on his tongue, and felt under his touch haunts him. Always fighting for control, Abe tries to push Nikki far into the back of his mind, as he fucks the rented women he had grown accustom to.

But Karma is a bitch, and Abe blames her for Nikki leaving him the way she did. So when Nikki shows up unexpectedly, Abe welcomes Karma with open arms. Control has left the building and safety of one's heart is no longer strong enough to stop what happens next.

ABE, is the first in the TIES OF STEEL series from bestselling erotica author MJ Fields. It is a spin-off of the bestselling MEN OF STEEL series featuring the Steel brothers: Jase, Cyrus, Zandor and Xavier.

MJ Fields's love of writing was in full swing by age eight. Together with her cousins, she wrote a newsletter and they sold it to family members. She self-published her first New Adult romance in January 2013. Today, she has completed four self-published series, The Love series, The Wrapped series, The Burning Souls series, and The Men of Steel series. The Norfolk series has one title self-published so far and Ties of Steel, which was acquired by Swoon Romance in June 2014. Book 1 ABE releases October 28, 2014. MJ is a bestselling romance erotica author and former small business owner, who recently closed the business so she could write full time.
MJ lives in central New York, surrounded by family and friends. Her house is full of pets, friends, and noise ninety percent of the time, and she would have it no other way.

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Tattooed, pierced, alpha, New Jersey brothers Jase, Cyrus, Zandor, and Xavier Steel work side by side at their families tattoo shop Forever Steel. 
These sexy and confident young men vow to never fall in love. They show no restraint when it comes to living life the way they want, and enjoy the simple pleasures in abundance. They have an unbreakable family bond and stand by each other through all of lives ups and downs.

∞ Cover Reveal ∞ Willows of Fate by: Suzanna J. Linton

Today is the cover reveal for Willows of Fate by Suzanne J Linton. This cover reveal is organized by Lola's Blog Tours.

WillowsofFateFinalWillows of Fate (Lands of the Sun and Stone series #1)
by Suzanna J Linton

Genre: Urban Fantasy
Age category: Adult
Release Date: October 3, 2014

Know thyself...

All her life, Desdemona has seen things others haven't. Dragons, knights, dwarves, kids with three eyes. Heeding her mother's advice, she keeps silent about this and struggles through life, pretending everything is normal.

At her mother's death, Desdemona returns to a home haunted with memories but she is determined to not be shaken from what little normalcy she has. However, when her brother is murdered and she uncovers a family secret, Desdemona realizes that there is more to what she sees. Perhaps a whole other world, one that's willing to kill to have her as its own.

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Mall maintenance halls are creepy. Plain and white, with fluorescent lighting, they evoke images of serial killers, hockey masks, and bloody butcher knives. The figure standing at the end does not help matters.
He's wearing a brown hood, pulled low over his face, casting the upper half in shadow and exposing only his beardless chin. A long knife hangs from his side, and a quiver with arrows on his back. Dressed in a green long shirt, black pants, and brown hood, he appears ready to attend a Ren Faire. I can't tell if he's looking at me or past me. I assure myself that he's gazing beyond me because that is the more bearable thought.
A gaggle of girls bursts from the bathroom in a cloud of body spray. They pay no attention to the man, and they wouldn’t. I step to the side to let them by and slip into the restroom.
After doing my business, I stand at the mirror and concentrate on what I came to the mall for: yarn for a coworker’s baby blanket, a new sketchbook, and a pair of shoes. I remind myself that I need to get home in time to prepare for this night’s class at the technical school. The steel sink feels cool and wet under my hands, anchoring me more firmly in the moment, in what is real.
I know the hooded man is one of the phantoms only I can see and not some costumed crazy. It’s like knowing the sun is out when my eyes are closed because of warmth on my face or knowing there is a fire because of the heat against my skin. And, as always, that feeling spikes a need in me to forget somehow, to reach for a beer or bottle of liquor to distract myself. My gut clenches against the need but I shove against it.
Desdemona, I remind myself, you have a good job at the law firm and you’re going to school to be a paralegal and you have a pretty decent life. Don’t screw it up. You can do this.
I pull my curly red hair into a pony tail. Leaving the restroom, I don’t look toward the end of the hall and re-enter the stream of people on their Saturday shopping excursions. My cell phone rings the sound of chimes in a breeze and I stop to dig it out of my purse. "Hello?"
"Is this Desdemona?"
I don't recognize the thin, quavery voice. "This is she."
"This is Mae Winslow. I’m one of your mother's neighbors."
"Hello. Is everything all right?"
"I'm afraid not. Can you come down? There's something very important that's happened."
Someone bumps into me and I step a little more out of traffic. "What's wrong?" I reply.
"Desdemona, I really think you should come—"
"What's wrong!" My voices spikes and a couple of people glance my way.
"I'm so sorry. I wanted her to call you sooner, but, she wouldn't listen. Said you needed to focus on work and school."
"Is she all right?"
"No, darling." The old woman pauses and I nearly scream at her to go on. "Your mother is in the hospital. She has lung cancer and there isn’t anything more the doctors can do.” Another terrible pause. “You should come down right away.”
Tears prick my eyes. "I'll come. Which hospital? What room?” Pressing phone between ear and shoulder, I fumble for the pen and notepad I keep in my purse. Ms. Winslow gives me the information and I jot it all down before saying goodbye and ending the call.
The man in the hood walks by, slipping away unseen by everyone else, and I have to fight the urge to throw my phone at him, to demand if he was some sort of death omen. I close my eyes. Breathe deep. Count to ten. And I tell myself that he can't be real, that he isn't, but the cell phone in my hand is.

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Suzanna Linton became a writer the first day she picked up a pencil, scribbling happily in magazines and books. Growing up in (very) rural South Carolina, she was steeped in legends and ghost stories and was surrounded by her mother's ever-growing book collection. She graduated from Francis Marion University with a degree in Professional Writing and bounced from job to job until she landed in a library, where she met her now-husband. She lives with him in South Carolina with their two dogs and cat.

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∞ REVIEW ∞ Her Last Whisper By: Karen Robards

Her Last Whisper
By: Karen Robards

The last time criminal psychology expert Dr. Charlotte “Charlie” Stone helped capture a serial killer, it was nearly the last thing she ever did. Now she’s determined to stick to research—and leave risk-taking to the law. But when dangerous duty calls, she can’t refuse. And there’s no greater danger than the Cinderella Killer, a charming predator who lures beautiful, single women to their deaths. FBI agent Lena Kaminsky fears her missing sister has fallen prey to the seductive psychopath, and desperately needs Charlie’s unique skills before it’s too late. Joined by Special Agents Tony Bartoli, Buzz Crane—and her ghostly bad-boy lover, Michael Garland—Charlie heads to Vegas to track down Lena’s sister before the Cinderella Killer seals her fate. But it’s Charlie who ends up gambling with her life, when the lethal Lothario decides she’s just his type.

"There was also a sense of profound connection, a depth of feeling, and unspoken acknowledgment: You matter to me"

Well I am speechless.... How do I convey my love for this book and the whole series. It was a thrilling non-stop suspensful journey with quick wit and glorious sexual tension around every turn. There was not one page that left you behind and after every turn there was more and more to love.

I have to say, I missed Michael. He is seriously one of my favorite characters I have ever read about. He's up there with Barrons (Fever series) and Daemon (Lux Series). There is just something so real about him that makes me enjoy every second with him. He is so very protective of Charlie along with one of the crudest and actaully bad characters you've ever read. By bad I mean he's a serial killer. Or is he? This is where Karen has done some amazing work. We all know that he has killed woman but there is a hidden story behind this that we only get pieces of every now and then. It makes him such a mystery. The more you get into the story the more you realize how truly amazing he can be. It makes you question the real Michael? Would he kill the woman that the courts say he did? I, of course, do not for one second believe this, but there is actually no proof on this. I'm still waiting. Oh yes there was one other thing I should mention about Michael...
"He was a ghost; he did not belong in her world"
On the other hand there is Charlie who is down right the opposite of Michael. She is a psychiatrist who likes routine and control. She's not willing to be controlled by some "man" who thinks that because he says jump she's got to say how high? I absolutely love this about her. She may be straight lace in the fact that she's bland (no offense Charlie) but she has this hidden hardness about her. This, of course, is a development from her past which we have already learnt about in the previous books (See Review HERE). While Charlie has fought these feelings for Michael for so long, you can really see the connection between the two in "Her Last Whisper". 

"He doesn't deserve what's happening to him,' she told Tam fiercely. "I know him. I vouch for him. He is - was- a good man." 

I loved that we got so much more romance!! Which is funny cause she's human and he's a ghost so nothing can actually happen. This obstacle which they can never overcome is what I love the most about this series. They LITERALLY CANNOT BE TOGETHER. Physically, at all! There are a couple times (not going to spoil with details) when things happen and I love that they happen a few and far between. It allows for their relationship to build on mutual respect and friendship even though their sexual chemistry is of the charts!!! 

Now let me actually get down to the nitty gritty of this book. The actual pace and story line was like a roller coaster ride. There was absolutely no down time. If one thing wasn't happening another thing was. I couldn't believe how completely hooked I was from the very first page. The mystery to this story, of course like the other books in this series, is that they are trying to catch a serial killer. Only in this one it's a FBI's sister that was taken. Every emotion is heightened. Every action is over and above what is called for. Everything that happens make's this book the best book in the series. Yes! I'm actually saying that a third book in a series is the best one so far. I normally will never say that. There is always something about learning about two characters at the beginning of the journey that is the best but not here. Karen has transported us so far past that. She had me on the edge of my seat wither it was from the serial killer that was running loose, or the constant battles that Michael and Charlie's "relationship" face. 

However, I will warn you... I finished this book mad. Not at the story but at the fact that I have to wait so long for the next one... There is a huge cliff hanger (which Karen is very very good at) that will leave you completely stunned. At least I was. I seriously flipped through the pages and held my breath..There was just no way it could end like that. When I realized what Karen did. I released MY last whisper .....

 "She wouldn't dare... Would she?"

Scoring Wilder Review

Scoring Wilder
By: R.S. Grey

What started out as a joke— seduce Coach Wilder—soon became a goal she had to score. 

With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing nineteen-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He's a professional soccer player, America's favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper.

• A face that makes girls weep – check. 
• Abs that can shred Parmesan cheese (the expensive kind) – check. 
• Enough confidence to shift the earth’s gravitational pull – double check.

Not to mention Liam is strictly off limits . Forbidden. Her coaches have made that perfectly clear. (i.e. “Score with Coach Wilder anywhere other than the field and you’ll be cut from the team faster than you can count his tattoos.”) But that just makes him all the more enticing…Besides, Kinsley's already counted the visible ones, and she is not one to leave a project unfinished.

Kinsley tries to play the game her way as they navigate through forbidden territory, but Liam is determined to teach her a whole new definition for the term “team bonding.” 

Well I would really like to say that this book is fantastic but unfortunately I can't. After the first chapter I was really blown away with the humor and the story line. I really liked where it was heading but the farther I read, my interest slowly dwindled. By the end I was forcing myself through just so I could get the end.

The whole story around Kinlsey and her forbidden relationship with Liam Wilder should have been a hit but it just lacked I found. I personally just didn't connect with Kinsley at all. I really wanted to like her more but I just didn't. The worst thing is, is that I can't pin point specific things that I didn't like. I just didn't connect with her. I didn't believe her. Lets just say the book didn't pull me in emotionally.  Urrgg!! I really wanted to like it! I tried hard, Scoring Wilder just didn't do anything for me. 

The saving grace in this novel is the relationship between Kinsley and her best friend Becca. They were so freaking hilarious!!! I did enjoy whenever they were together. They became fast friends and really were a delight. Some of the things they said and did together had me laughing out loud. Literally. It was the one thing that got me to the end of the novel cause I wanted to make sure they they were going to be okay.

That being said I could only give this book a two paw rating. The beginning really hooked me and it was looking like it was going to be good but closer to the middle and the end, everything just seemed to wrap up too perfectly. It was like there were a lot of situations and feelings that the author wanted the reader to read, but it ended up just leaving the story long and drawn out. I may be over analyzing it and most people could very much enjoy the book. I just didn't. =(

Perfect Kind of Trouble Review

Perfect Kind of Trouble
By: Chelsea Fine

Sometimes when perfect falls apart, a little trouble fixes everything . . . 

Twenty-one-year-old Kayla Turner has lost everything. After spending most of her life taking care of her ailing mother, she just wants to spot a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. So when her late father-a man she barely knew-leaves her an inheritance, she finally breathes a sigh of relief . . . until she learns the inheritance comes with strings. Strings in the form of handsome playboy Daren Ackwood, her father's protégé. To see any of her inheritance, she's forced to team up with him. From his expensive car to those sexy dimples, Kayla's seen his type before. But Daren isn't who he seems to be . . .

Struggling to make amends for his family's mistakes, Daren has a life more Oliver Twist than Richie Rich these days. He's beyond grateful that James Turner included him in his will, but working with Turner's princess of a daughter to fulfill his cryptic last wish is making Daren wonder if being broke is really so bad. Still, she's just as beautiful as she is stubborn, and the more time he spends with Kayla, the less it feels right being without her. Soon Daren and Kayla begin to wonder if maybe the best gift Kayla's dad could have left them . . . was each other

How does she do it? How does Chelsea write such amazing books with lovable characters that leaves you breathless. If you have not read a book by her yet, please don't cheat yourself. Go right now!! Buy one cause you will not be disappointed. Every single book that I have had the pleasure of reading has been down right amazing! Truly an amazing author!! Now onto the review of the book!

Perfect Kind of Trouble was a total adventure. When faced with being handcuffed together to try and find some money that would be inherited, Kayla and Daren are thrown through the ringer. Both are emotionally closed off, although that they give off the persona that they are totally fine. This is what I love so much about them. They are so much the same that it makes their characters clash and its AWESOME!!!

The whole plot of the story was such an adventure! We get to go on a scavenger hunt. Like I said, awesome! There were clues along the way that they had to unravel and for us, the readers, we really had no idea where they could take you. I loved Daren's Eureka's and Kayla's annoyance to them. 

Even though Daren had some trouble in his past, I feel like Kayla's transformation and growth through out the novel was so well done, I really enjoyed it. She know's she's beautiful, but she believes that it's her downfall. I personally don't know the feeling's she has and one would think that being beautiful couldn't have any hardships but this is where Chelsea's writing really over whelms. Chelsea has found a way to make you really connect with her. Even though it should feel shallow, there is none of that feeling at all through out the whole book. You can't help but love Kayla and everything that she goes through. You want to shelter her from the hurt and make everything better for her. After losing both her parents, there so many things that are unclear that she has to learn. While she is hurting she is also just so sweet. I love her to pieces. And I love Daren's unexpected realization that he loves her.

"It just hit me. A lightning bolt in the middle of this dining room. A warm sensation rolls over me, overwhelming me with deep affection as I sate at Kayla across the room. Oh My God."

One really nice treat with this novel is all the different characters that we get to meet. In the first book it's mainly focused on everyone that works at Willow Inn. However, in this one, we get to meet a lot of town folks. Some were awesome. Others were cruel. But overall, it was a pleasure to see the different faces of a town that you can't help fall in love with. It reminds me of mystic falls, just minus the paranormal factors. =)

Overall I really think this book is so well done and so much fun! There's a lot of banter and a lot of sweetness but deep down it's a novel that will leave you craving for more. Can't wait to get my hands on the next one! Jenna and Jack's story is going to be a hoot, I can already tell! =)


The Falconer Review

The Falconer
By: Elizabeth May

Heiress. Debutant. Murderer. A new generation of heroines has arrived.

Edinburgh, Scotland, 1844

Lady Aileana Kameron, the only daughter of the Marquess of Douglas, was destined for a life carefully planned around Edinburgh’s social events – right up until a faery killed her mother.

Now it’s the 1844 winter season and Aileana slaughters faeries in secret, in between the endless round of parties, tea and balls. Armed with modified percussion pistols and explosives, she sheds her aristocratic facade every night to go hunting. She’s determined to track down the faery who murdered her mother, and to destroy any who prey on humans in the city’s many dark alleyways.

But the balance between high society and her private war is a delicate one, and as the fae infiltrate the ballroom and Aileana’s father returns home, she has decisions to make. How much is she willing to lose – and just how far will Aileana go for revenge?

Wow!! This book was filled with lots of action, unique weapons and explosions. It pulls you in from the very first page, leaving you reading till the middle of the night. I have never read a steampunk book before, and I loved it! Specially that it was set up Scotland. 

The relationships were so well done, even for the sort of love triangle that was created. Kiaran and Aileana worked together so smoothly and efficiently that every scene with them was mesmerizing. They would banter back and forth and the fighting was so fun and entertaining. Then along comes Gavin who is so swoonworthy! Its kind of hard to choose between the two! Even though to Aileana there is no real choice, as she knows the feelings for one out weighs the other. But it's so nice to see the easy relationship between Gavin and herself. It's different from her and Kiarans, as they have a much better understanding with each other. Urrgg!!! For those who know me, know that the relationship aspect of books is what I love the most.. and this book...well it gets my appraisal. =)

The thing that I loved most about The Falconer was that it reminded me a lot of the Fever series. For anyone that has read KMM fever series, knows that the craving to read something that is as good as her books is so strong that we've been searching and searching for the very next thing that is good. Well we just might have found it. Now I am not saying that it is like the fever series in the sense of the alpha man that we all love so much. Its just that the book is filled with all the different fae we love, the fighting and killing of all the bad guys, along with there is talk about Seelie and Unseelie. The Falconer is the closet thing that can match the fever series, for story. Not the steamyness. The men in this book may not be Barrons and Ryodan (mmhmmm oh my!) but Kiaran and Gavin are totally just as swoonworthy, for a young adult book. I loved every minute of it and recommend it to the fever series fans! If anything, its a good book to read to tie you over until Burned finally gets released (dying here).

Over all, an amazing book filled with so much action, just enough romance, and well developed characters with an ending that seriously left me with my jaw hanging open. I CANNOT WAIT to get my hands on the next book!! I will for sure be counting down to it! SOOOO GOOD!!!!

**Also. The author.. is the girl from the cover of The Demon Trappers series.. which is a series that I devoured in a few short days!! She's also very Beautiful.. Have you seen her hair??

Bender Review

By: Stacy Borel

All Keegan wanted was a roommate who was quiet, minded their own business, and paid for part of the rent. Instead, she got Camden Brooks. 

Camden, with his sinful body, sharp tongue, and the inability to stay out of Keegan’s personal space, couldn’t seem to curb his interest in the new girl who wouldn’t put up with his domineering ways. 

Feelings were running rampant, sexual tension was thick, and both were struggling to let go of control. 

To some people, getting a roommate simply meant living with another person. But to both Camden and Keegan it was a curveball that neither was prepared to swing at. 
**Strong sexual content** 

Well what a wonderful read! First off.. Have you seen that cover??? Mhmmm let me just wipe up my drool.. so FREAKING YUMMY!!! Alright moving on.

I purchased this book completely for the cover which I know I am not the only one. However, it was the description of the book that got it to the top of my to-be-read list. I was in the mood for a knockout guy to sweep me of my feet and drag me under the covers with him (in my book world at least). Well guys, this book does that and sooo much more!!! 

After she's been the grown up for way too long, Keegan decides the best thing for her self and her future would to move out from under her mother. She ends up moving in with Camden, and wouldn't you know it, he doesn't even want her there... Shocking!! Okay I know it sounds cheesy but this novel was so darn good. Camden was so dark and brooding and just a complete pain in the ass. But he was so worth every minute. He was controlling but not smothering. He was stern but could still have a good laugh and tease her. 

I loved how much Keegan gave it right back to him. There was no cowering or hiding behind her problems. She faces everything head on and everyone else must deal with it. The two of them together just gives you the warm fuzzy feeling cause you can see their relationship is deep and long lasting. There were a couple times where they were dealt with a couple curve balls, but man does Keegan hit those right out of the park.

This book is filled with some baseball references along with a little ploy to the health benefits of going to the gym. It was a really nice touch. All of the secondary characters were fun and so easy to love. They make you excited to see whats going to happen in the following books.

Bender also made me laugh and giggle but it also caused me to fan myself on multiple occasions. Remember how I said that Camden is controlling.. Well he's controlling in every aspect of his life and holy hot damn did it make their sex life crazy.. the gym scene.. Holy!! I couldn't even imagine that.. I loved how respectful Camdem was regarding everything and that pushing her to her limit wasn't his goal. It was complete and 100% pleasure...Ahh SOO DARN GOOD.. 

I highly recommend picking this book up not only because it was awesome but also because there are three more brothers that are just as attractive as Camdem.. Can't wait for each and every one of those to come out.. MHMMM!!! =)