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Author: Beth Hyland
Genre: romance, contemporary
Audience: New Adult
Publication Date: March 2014
Ivy McAllister had it all. Perfect boyfriend. Perfect life. Perfect future. Or so they tell her. Because one night, on a dark country road, a fiery crash changed everything…and Ivy can’t remember what happened.
Now, two years later, at a new college far from home, she tries to regain control of her life, but her plans don’t include a tattooed, motorcycle-riding, indie music-obsessed guy with his own sorority girl fan club.
Jon Priestly is the hottest guy at Pacific State University. Just ask his groupies. But with a dark past he must keep hidden, he shuts himself off emotionally and trusts no one. That is…until he meets a broken girl with haunting green eyes and secrets of her own.
Ivy shouldn’t be attracted to Jon. They’re wrong for each other in every possible way. Yet as they spend time together, something about him—everything about him—feels so right.
But when threats from her past make her question what little she does remember, Ivy must decide whether to run again or trust the one person she can’t live without.
Get to know the author:
Beth Hyland is the author of FALL INTO FOREVER, a contemporary New Adult romance coming out March 10.
A friendly Seattle girl who loves books, believes in happily ever after, and has a closet addiction to YouTube makeup tutorial videos, she married her college sweetheart and has two awesome kids.
She used to work in the tech field but prefers writing books. She also used to sell wedding dresses and cigarettes, despite the fact that she wore her mother’s dress when she got married and she’s never smoked.
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Welcome to the blog tour for the fantastic new book Defining Destiny. Included in this post is the chance for you to enter a great giveaway. Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours for organising this brilliant tour.
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Author: Deanna Chase
Genre: romance, paranormal, contemporary
Audience: new adult
When destiny fails…
Singer-songwriter Lucy Moore thought her life was perfect. At just twenty-one, she’s already met her soul mate and together they’ve landed a recording contract. But when her father dies and the love of her life betrays her in more ways than one, she returns home to pick up the pieces. On the shores of Mendocino, California, Lucy has some decisions to make. Should she start a solo career? Or should she leave it all behind for some semblance of normalcy in the quiet town she grew up in? And what about Seth, the tortured artist who always seems to be there when she needs him?
Seth Keenan has demons of his own. Eighteen months ago, he was involved in a horrific accident that he never talks about. His career as an accomplished oil-paint artist has been abandoned, replaced by the buzz of his tattoo gun. And women—well, he never sticks around for longer than a few hours of pleasure… until he meets Lucy. After one evening of listening to her seductive voice, he’s pulled under. But what about the vow he made to never get close to anyone again?
In a world where everyone has one true soul mate, can these two find love in the arms of each other?
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My Rating: 4.5/5 stars
A magical book that gave a new and original view on soul mates. ‘Defining Destiny’ says if all. This was a very unique book which was different from other romance books which contain soul mates. There was no supernatural creatures in this novel which made the idea of soul mates more believable to the reader. This book had more of a contemporary feel to it than a paranormal as it was set in a world the same as ours without fictional creatures. The one thing that did give this book a slight magical feel was the gifts soul mates share but once again they were normal things such as painting and singing. Deanna Chase knows exactly how to get her readers hooked. This novel wasnt perfect but I really enjoyed it which is why I gave it a high rating despite the minor imperfections. The author has created an amazing book which questions whether or not soul mates are always the best things for us. With a great plot and a fantastic leading male this book grips the reader from start to finish.
Overall I really enjoyed this book and I can’t wait to read more from the brilliant author. I would recommend people read this book as it is definitely worth the time.
*I will have a slightly longer review posted hopefully by the end of the day*
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Deanna is a native Californian, transplanted to the slower paced lifestyle of southeastern Louisiana. When she isn’t writing, she is often goofing off with her husband in New Orleans, playing with her two shih tzu dogs, making glass beads, or out hocking her wares at various bead shows across the country. For more information and updates on newest releases visit her blog at www.deannachase.com.
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Welcome to the review tour for the fantastic book Sworn to Secrecy. Included in this post will be reviews of book 3 and 4 and a great giveaway. Thank you to Girls Heart Books Tours for organising this event.
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Author: Terah Edun
Series: Courtlight (#3)
Genre: fantasy, high fantasy, coming of age
Audience: Young Adult
Publication Date: 6th December 2013
Ciardis Weathervane fought for the living dead and won. But worse than taking on a mass murderer, was her discovery that she had been deceived by her friends. Now she needs to not only fight a war in the North and survive, but also decide where she stands in the midst of competing sides.
A threat to all she holds dear lies in the North and her heart is not the only thing she might lose. A massive army awaits in the mountain pass, surging closer to the gates of the southern lands. Nothing the Algardis army has done so far has dissuaded their march forward and Ciardis finds out that her powers to enhance are needed now more than ever.
As she faces her greatest fears on the battlefields and her heart is torn between her love of Sebastian and loyalty to her family, Ciardis must choose her fate carefully. For in her path, lies the destiny of the empire.
This third novel continues the story of Ciardis Weathervane from Sworn To Transfer.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
Sworn to Conflict is a fantastic book jam packed full of twist and turns which keeps the reader on the edge of their seats. The third book in this brilliant series picks up right where the second novel finishes. This series must be read in order otherwise it will not make sense. Terah Edun keeps getting better and better the more she writes. The Courtlight series keeps getting more exciting the more it progresses. This is a great fast paced book which has a very unique plot.
Terah Edun is a fantastic author who’s writing has improved with each book in the series. She has managed to keep her readers up at night desperate to see what will happen next. This is a brilliant fast paced book that never slows down and keeps the reader guessing from start to finish. From the very beginning this was an action packed book which had me hooked. The story really progressed and it was brilliant to see the old characters maturing and new characters being introduced. These fantastic characters had to deal with constant betrayals and even more problems were raised for them during the course of the book. Ciardis and Sebastian’s relationship took the next step and it was great to see them become closer despite the problems they were faced with.
Overall I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to see what happens next fro these characters. Terah Edun has improved her writing and managed to keep the reader interested right to the end. I would definitely recommend people give this series a try but it must be read in order for it to make sense.
Author: Terah Edun
Series: Courtlight (#3)
Genre: fantasy, romance
Audience: Young Adult
In the heart of the Imperial Courts, Ciardis Weathervane knows that death is coming for the empire. With her friends by her side and the new triad of Weathervanes, she’s in a race against time to convince the courts of the same.
She must do her best to unite kith, mages, nobles and merchants under one cause – the fight to prevent a war. Soon she is forced to keep a secret that could exonerate her mother of the Empress’s death, and is always one move away from stepping into diplomatic chaos.
Throw in a Daemoni Prince who is showing interest in the youngest Weathervane, a jealous Prince Heir, and a irritated dragon with her own designs on Ciardis, and you have an Imperial Court in turmoil.
This fourth novel continues the story of Ciardis Weathervane from Sworn To Conflict.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
Sworn to Secrecy was another brilliant book once again it started straight from where the previous book ended. Terahedun EdunSeries is constantly improving as an author and her books keep getting better and better.
This book did not disappoint it was another fantastic fast paced book which had the reader hooked from start to finish. The author created a very original plot which kept the reader interested throughout. It was once again great to see the characters develop and have the introduction of a love triangle. This helped Ciarus and Sebastian’s relationship mature. Terah Edun has done a brilliant job of allowing her characters to mature during the course of the book. These great characters had to deal with even more betrayals during this book which helped the reader connect with the characters through the sympathy they feel for them.
Overall this was another phenomenal installment of a fantastic series. Terah Edun has really grown as an author as the series has progressed. I once again enjoyed this novel in the Courtlight series and I can’t wait to find out what will happen next in these brilliant characters lives. I would definitely recommend fantasy novel lovers give this series a try but make sure you read them in the correct order or the plot will no make sense.
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Terah Edun is a young adult fantasy writer born and raised in the Atlanta metropolitan area, who transplanted to the Northeast region for college, and has spent years living abroad in South Sudan and Morocco. She writes the stories that she always loved to read as a young girl.
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Welcome to the book blitz for the fantastic new book Of Sea and Stone. During this book blitz you will have the chance to enter a great giveaway, read an excerpt from this brand new book and even better read a Q&A with the brilliant author. Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours for organising this blitz.
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Author: Kate Avery Ellison
Audience: Young Adult
Publication Date: February 2014
All her life, clever Aemi has been a slave in the Village of the Rocks, a place where the sea and sky meet. She’s heard the stories about the fabled People of the Sea, a people who possess unimaginable technology who live below the waves in the dark, secret places of the ocean. But she never dreamed those stories were true.
When a ship emerges from the ocean and men burn her village, Aemi is captured, and enslaved below the waves in Itlantis, a world filled with ancient cities of glass and metal, floating gardens, and wondrous devices that seem to work magic. To make matters worse, her village nemesis, the stuck-up mayor’s son Nol, was captured with her, and they are made servants in the same household beneath the sea.
Desperate to be free, Aemi plots her escape, even going so far as to work with Nol. But the sea holds more secrets than she realizes, and escape might not be as simple as leaving…
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The broad stone ground of the Training Rock was warm and smooth beneath my bare feet. A salt-scented wind teased the tendrils of hair escaping from beneath my hood. I straightened my spine and lifted my chin as if I belonged as I approached the group of boys and young men, who stood in a haphazard line before the target of wood.
I took my place at the end of the line.
The smell of salt filled the air. Gulls screamed overhead as the first boy drew back his arm and threw his spear. It glanced off the target and clattered on the rock. His face creased with disgust, and he turned away. The second boy threw, and the tip of his spear embedded itself in the corner of the target.
I was better at throwing than any of these boys. I’d always been good at it, better than anyone else my age when I was small enough to swim in the shallows with the free children and sleep in my mother’s arms at night. My mother had beamed with pride to see me throw, and so I continued to hone my skill even after she was gone. Sometimes I went out to the edge of the rocks that formed a ring around the sea like a circle of stone arms, and I caught fish to put on the fire so Nealla and I could eat more than the meager food we were provided for our meals. I was better than all of them, but being a girl banned me from participating in the competition.
At the front of the line stood Nol, the oldest in the competition and the favorite of the crowd. He cast a glance my way, but didn’t look long. I exhaled as he turned his head away.
One by one, the boys threw their spears. They were still learning, and few were good yet. The aim of a fisherman was impeccable, once he’d mastered the art, but these were just boys.
I swallowed as the boy beside me took his turn, and then it was mine. I stepped forward and hefted my spear. The weight was familiar in my hand. I inhaled, squinted at the target, and threw.
The spear buried itself at the edge of the middle circle. A few of the boys cried out in appreciation. Sweat broke out across my back.
I hadn’t meant to throw quite so well.
Nol turned his head again to look at me. He wasn’t stupid, even if he was infuriating. He’d seen Kit throw before.
I held my breath, and he looked away.
Those who had struck the target gathered their spears and tried again. There were only a few of us, and the number rapidly dwindled. I threw poorly, but my spear seemed to swerve to meet the target against my will, and the rest of the boys threw with the skill of drunken monkeys. Finally, only Nol and I were left.
My heart drummed in my chest. I didn’t dare look at Nol or the crowd.
“You’ve improved, Kit,” Nol said as he passed me to retrieve his spear.
It was clear by the way he strode toward the target that he thought victory was assured for him. He barely spared me a glance as he drew back his arm to throw.
The crowd waited, breathless.
Nol threw first. His spear struck the inner circle of the target, and he straightened, pleased. I could tell by his posture that he thought he’d won. The necklace of shell he always wore tinkled faintly as he turned to me. He yanked off his mask, and his expression was triumphant.
I drew my arm back and took aim. I heard the rush of the sea behind me, the cry of gulls above me, and the hiss of my breath over my teeth as I threw. Sea and gulls and breath combined to make music. I shut my eyes and threw.
My spear hit the mark and quivered.
It had struck closer to the center.
The boys roared in approval and swarmed around me. Nol’s jaw tightened, and he shot a glance toward the crowd. I saw his father, the mayor, frowning.
I stepped forward to receive my prize. As I passed Nol, suspicion crossed his face. He snatched off my mask, dislodging my hood in the process.
My long hair tumbled down around my shoulders. Wind fanned my face.
I was exposed.
The crowd gasped. Nol let go of me as if he’d been burned.
“It’s Tagatha’s thrall!” someone shouted.
“You deceptive little brat,” the spear master snarled. “Where’s Kitran?”
The spear master grabbed for me. His fingers slipped through my hair, giving one painful tug, then the strands ripped from my scalp and I ran faster. I reached the edge of the cliff, dropped Kit’s spear, and jumped.
The rock was hard beneath my feet as I leaped, and then salty air rushed around me, the gulls’ screams filled my ears, and I was falling, falling, falling through air and wind and sunlight. I brought my arms forward right before I entered the water in a perfect dive.
Bubbles exploded across my vision as I hit the water. Blue closed around me, cold and shocking, shutting out the shouts above. My chest skimmed the sandy bottom of the lagoon. Fish shot away, and seaweed snagged my ankles. The rocks of the bay were dark against the orange light of the dying sun.
I swam a ways from the cliff, holding my breath, kicking my legs to propel myself forward.
When my head broke the surface, I heard the spear master shouting after me. I swam away, my arms making sure, even strokes as his threats echoed across the water after me. I had no fear that he would jump in after me. I was one of the strongest swimmers in the village. He couldn’t catch me, and he wouldn’t try.
But I couldn’t swim forever.
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I live in Georgia with my wonderful husband and two spoiled cats. When I’m not writing, I’m usually catching up on my extensive Netflix queue, reading a book, giggling at something funny online, or trying to convince my husband to give me just ONE bite of whatever he’s eating.
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Describe Of Sea and Stone in six words.
Atlantis, steampunk, sunlight, seawater, secrets, romance.
What books have you read and loved lately?
I am almost finished with Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta, and it’s an absolute delight. Witty, immersive, and utterly compelling fantasy that reminds me very much of my beloved Megan Whalen Turner books.
Ice cream or cake?
Ice cream cake, of course! It’s the best of both worlds.
What authors have influenced your writing style the most?
I grew up on a pretty steady diet of mystery, actually, so I feel like classic mystery authors like Agatha Christie had a strong influence on me. When I was a teenager, I started reading fantasy by authors like Robin McKinley, Gail Carson Levine, and Sherwood Smith. The Blue Sword, Ella Enchanted, Crown Duel…I loved those books. I also had a huge love of historical fiction, so Ann Rinaldi, Elizabeth George Speare, and Eloise Jarvis McGraw influenced me a lot as well. As far as more recently-written books that I didn’t grow up reading, I continue to be an awe of fantasy authors Megan Whalen Turner (The Thief, The Queen of Attolia, etc.) and Melina Marchetta (Finnikin of the Rock), dystopian author Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games), and contemporary young adult authors Lucy Christopher (Stolen) and John Green (A Fault in Our Stars).
Who has been the most supportive person in your writing career?
My husband. About two years into trying to get published, I was ready to give up on my stories and get a job doing something tremendously ill-suited for me, like being a secretary (I am a very bad secretary. Very disorganized). He convinced me to give it more time, and he is probably the sole reason I am published today. He is my first reader, my strongest encourager, and my most reliable critic.
Are you working on anything else currently?
Yes! I’m currently hard at work on the second book in the Secrets of Itlantis series, and I’m also working on a few secret projects on the side—one is a more traditional fantasy, another is a post-apocalyptic novel. I hope to have more details about them for my readers very soon.
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Series: Hope (#3)
Expected Publication Date:15th January 2014
Two boys meet in a foggy, darkened alleyway in London. Poised to fight, they recognise a quality in each other that stays their hands: they’re different. Not human. Well, not entirely, anyway. The universe, God, Kismet…something brought them together, forged a bond between them as strong as brothers’, and even they know it has to be for a reason.
London Present Day
Daniel and Kayden are cut from the same cloth. Their lives, their histories are so intertwined and tangled together that the last fifty years they’ve been at each other’s throats have seemed like an eternity. For Kayden, it’s been a punishment. For Daniel, a painful burden.
Now that circumstances have drawn them back to London once more, repairing the bridges they’d once burned to the ground is taking time. Time they don’t have.
Farley Hope is used to things going wrong. Epically wrong. A dead mother; a half-brother who recently went on a killing spree and refuses to come out of his room; a friend whose body has been hijacked by a malevolent, powerful being…
All of that would be bad enough, but considering her brooding boyfriend hasn’t brought up the fact that she agreed to marry him in weeks…her run of bad luck is really starting to take its toll. Things had better start looking up, otherwise her new-found powers are going to be put to use, and there’s no guaranteeing what will be getting blown up.
This is where it all began.
Where chance meetings set an unstoppable
chain of events in motion.
How a prophecy came to be realised.
How Lost Hope was found.
I can’t wait for this book to be released as I have read all the previous books in the series. This series keeps getting better and better and I’m sure the next instalment won’t disappoint
Author: Georgia Bell
Series: All Good Things (#1)
Genre: Paranormal, Romance, Fantasy
Goodreads Blurb: After her father dies, Rachel realizes she is scared and stuck. Scared of heights, of cars, of disasters harming the people she loves. Stuck in a life that is getting smaller by the minute. Stuck with a secret she has kept all her life: Someone has been watching over her since birth. Someone who tends to show up when she needs him the most. Someone she believes is her guardian angel.
Eaden is a 1,500-year-old immortal who wants to die. Drained by a life stretched too thin, he has requested his final reward – a mortal sacrifice bred specifically to bring him death. But something went wrong. Rachel’s ability to grant death has mutated in ways that threaten to upset the uneasy alliance between mortals and immortals. And utterly beguiled, Eaden discovers that although Rachel is the key to his death, because of her, he no longer wants to die. And he will do anything to protect her.
Swept into a world of legends, caught between the warring political factions of immortals, and carrying the future of mortal kind in her flesh and bone, Rachel must risk everything to save her world and the man she loves.
My Rating: 5/5 stars
One word…. Amazing! This book blew me away. There were a couple of rough patches where the pace of the book slowed a little bit but the reader barely notices this as they are so wrapped up in this phenomenal novel. Georgia Bell is a brilliant author who has created a unique story which captivates the reader from beginning to end. This book did a great job of keeping its reader constantly on their toes. I didn’t know what to expect from this book but I was pleasantly surprised. Unbound is an emotional rollercoaster which leaves you desperate for more. The author has written a fantastic novel with a great plot which keeps you reading.
Rachel is a quiet girl who is wrapped up in the grief she is suffering. She may a simple life, with a simple job and only a few friends but that is all about to change. When she notices she is being stalked she should be terrified so why does she feel the safest that she has ever felt in her whole life? Eaden is immortal who has been unknowingly been searching for Rachel to end his long existence but what he didn’t expect was to fall desperately in love with her. Now he must choose between ending his long torturous life and finally finding piece or continuing to live a life with the women he loves. When Rachel becomes more valuable than anyone could ever imagine, her life is put in danger and Eaden will stop at nothing to protect her. This book is packed full of raw emotions that will rip the readers heart out. As the reader you will find it extremely easy to become emotionally connected to the characters due to Georgia Bell’s sensational writing. The author has created an original novel which fills a gap in this genre we didn’t even know existed. Although the characters seem more mature in this book it does have a young adult feel to it. The tough decisions the characters had to make during the book and the brilliant ending combined lead to the making of a great book.
On top of her fantastic plot Georgia Bell has also managed to add well developed characters to her novel. You are very quickly able to form a strong bond with the characters within this book. The author allows this to happen because of the brilliant development of her characters. By showing flashbacks of Rachel’s childhood the reader is able to connect and feel the loss she is feeling because of her dads death right along with her. Also by describing little pieces of the characters personalities, by slowly building their characteristics and by showing little quirks throughout the book the reader is able to understand the characters more. The hard choices both Eaden and Rachel had to make during the course of the novel made the reader deeply sympathise with them. Despite the fact these were overall great characters the thing that was most likeable about them was the strong love and connection they felt for each other. The romance was believable throughout the whole book and thoroughly enjoyed it. Eaden would do anything to keep Rachel safe which made him an extremely good leading male. The love they shared during the book was very deep they were both willing to risk everything to save each other and they both instantly knew what the other was thinking. Georgia Bell has allowed the reader to connect with her book through her great characters and the heart breaking conclusion to this novel.
Overall this book was an emotional rollercoaster which had me hooked from the start. The author has written a beautiful book and I can’t wait to see what happens next for these characters. I would highly recommend people read this book as soon as possible.
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Author: Charli Webb
Genre: Contemporary, romance, thriller
Audience: New Adult
Publication Date: 1st December 2013
Source: Thank you to the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Goodreads Blurb: Skylar’s family was forced into the witness protection program when she was only seventeen. After her mother died years later, Sky moved back in with the only family she had left. She knew she’d run into her high school sweetheart but she didn’t expect the changes she found in Rowdy. He wasn’t the sweet boy she left so many years ago. He’d turned into a womanizing jerk but that didn’t stop her heart from wanting him.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
Wow! This is a beautiful book which rolls everything you could ever want into one. Packed full of action, suspense, drama and let’s not forget plenty of romance. Naked Edge has filled a gap in the New Adult genre we didn’t even know existed. As much as I enjoyed this book particularly the ending I did find it a little slow in the middle which made it difficult for the reader to connect to the story. Despite the slow middle section the author quickly regained the readers attention as we begin to discover the characters backgrounds. This is a fantastic book filled with drama and heartache that does exactly what it’s says on the tin. Sadly I couldn’t give this novel a full five star rating due to a few things which frustrated me during the course of the book. Although these small things lowered my rating I really enjoyed this book specifically the unique plot the author has seamlessly woven together.
Just when her life seems perfect Skylar was abruptly uplifted from her life and forced into witness protection causing her to leave behind the only man she has ever loved. Finally arriving home to be with the man she loves will be a lot harder than Skylar originally thought. Rowdy is not the same sweet boy she left behind but Skylar is determined to break down the walls he has built around his heart. Although I thoroughly enjoyed this novel I did feel it was slightly slow in the middle and it was difficult to concentrate when reading. Despite this once they read past these few chapters the reader is in for an exciting, heart racing ride and will very quickly find themselves hooked to this fantastic book. The main reason I was unable to give this book 5 stars is due liked to have gained more details on the characters lives when Skylar left. For example during the novel the reader finds out the gruelling circumstances behind Rowdy’s mothers death. Although this added to the plot as soon as the reader discovers the cause of the mothers death it was straight away forgotten about. As the reader I would have liked more details about Rowdy’s mothers death as I felt it may have added to the story and helped build the readers sympathy for Rowdy. Regardless of this the brilliant ending of this novel made up for all the small issues during the book. Charli Webb has an amazing gift of making a story come together. She kept the reader on the edge of their seats as the drama began to take its part in this brilliant book. The unexpected problems that arise for Skylar and Rowdy just when they seem to be getting their relationship back on track keeps the reader hooked right up until the explosive, suspense filled conclusion.
As well as creating a fantastic plot the author has also managed to develop unforgettable characters. Even though Skylar comes across as a bit naive in the first chapter she grows on you as the reader when you begin to discover her story and the large amount of love she holds for Rowdy. Once you learn more about her it is very easy to understand her and also to connect with her. Rowdy is another brilliant, well developed character. He is far from the caring boy Skylar remembers. Struggling to cope with both the loss of his mum and the love of his life, Rowdy turns to women and alcohol to cope, building walls around himself and keeping people at a distance. Rowdy was an extremely likeable character as when Skylar slowly breaks down his defences the reader begins to see his caring side and the all consuming love he feels for Skylar. He will do anything to protect Skylar which made it very clear how much he loved her. He was caring, protective, sweet and let’s not forget sexy which overall made for a great character in a great book.
Overall ‘Naked Edge’ was a brilliant book which keeps the reader up all night desperate to see what will happen. Charli Webb is a fantastic author and I can’t wait to see what she does next. I would definitely recommend people give this book a try especially if you are looking for a bit of romance.
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