Woot! Guess what is happening today? Man Law by Adrienne Giordano is on sale for just 99 cents! This is the book that got me hooked on Adrienne’s writing. It is full of bad ass alpha males who have emotional issues that their equally bad ass women call them out on. You can check out my review of it here.
About the Book:
Title: Man Law (Private Protectors, #2)
Author: Adrienne Giordano
Release Date: July 4, 2011
Publisher: Carina Press
Category: Romantic Suspense
Sale Price: $0.99 from 11/20/14 – 11/26/14
Buy Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Carina Press
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In Tease Me by Olivia Cunning, Madison Fairbanks and Adam Taylor have been together for almost a year. What started as a fling is starting to turn into something more serious. Adam has overcome his drug addiction with help from Madison, who he met when he went into rehabilitation. His band has some time off and Adam has planned a risqué weekend for Madison in New Orleans that includes a visit to a sex club. Adam really wants this weekend to be special and so does Madison, but huge life changes are looming on the horizon for the happy couple. Will they be able to survive?
I have become such a huge fan of this author. Her stories are so riveting that I am extremely guilty of binge reading them. Plus, I love that all of her musicians all play in metal bands, which is a genre I enjoy and something not often featured in romances.
If you’ve never read this series it’s a bit different than what you may be used to. Each book is about a different member of Sole Regret and their love interest (Adam was book 2, then book 7, and he’ll be book 12). The stories run concurrently, so some things you read about in one book will be taking place at the same time just from a different perspective.
Fantastic. Engaging. Riveting. Explosive. Emotional. Gripping. Action-packed. These are the words I brainstormed about the book before writing this review. I wasn’t able to connect them all into coherent sentences, so thought I would just give it to you raw. I just finished Into The Shadows by Carolyn Crane and wow. Into The Shadows is the third book in The Associates Series and had me feeling the whole gamete of emotions. I was engaged from the first page and was pretty much on the edge of my seat until the very end. There is something very unique about Carolyn’s writing and I have yet to figure out how to describe it, so just read this book and you will know what I am talking about.
Thorne is the hero in Into The Shadows and is a very complex character. He is self-confident but in a somewhat skewed way. My heart went out to him when we were given flashbacks to help us understand the decisions he makes. I liked him from the beginning yet I never really knew what he was going to do in any situation. He kept me turning the pages. Nadia is the heroine and she seems to have a better head on her shoulders than Thorne, but she still has many issues to overcome. Throw in a toddler, a very dangerous gang leader (hate him), a lost mother and you have quite the story in Into The Shadows.
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In Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday, Jack Winter has a ton of rules. He never ever dates an employee. He always eats at Edwards’s on the same night. A crisis at work sends Jack to his favorite restaurant on a different night, forcing him to sit at the bar instead of his usual table. Bartender Cassie James is more than happy to serve Jack because she knows just how good of a tipper he is. What she doesn’t count on is how much she enjoys talking to the often distant patron. When Jack learns Cassie is a math student, he hires her to help him out on a secret real estate deal and a project. There’s just one problem: Jack and Cassie can’t seem to keep their hands to themselves and a whole lot of rule breaking is happening.
This was a delightful read for me. There are so many billionaire/millionaire books floating around in contemporary romance that sometimes it leads to boring and predictable reads. Not with Holiday’s book. She does an excellent job of keeping her story fresh. Yes, Jack is rich and a self made man but that doesn’t mean he has to go into crazy stalker mode or try to change Cassie’s life to mirror his own.