Monday, June 30, 2014

Blog Tour: Eleanor by Johnny Worthen - Review/Giveaway

By Johnny Worthen
Release Date: July 1, 2014
Series: The Unseen Book#1
It was a gamble for Eleanor to rejoin humanity, but she was driven to it. She’d been too successful forgetting. The last vestiges of her family hung by a thread in her transformed brain and drove her to be reckless. Ten years later, Eleanor hides in plain sight. She is an average girl getting average grades in a small Wyoming town: poor but happy, lonely but loved. Her mother, Tabitha, is there for her and that’s all she’s ever needed. But now her mother is sick and David has returned. The only friend she’d ever had, the only other person who knows her secret, is back. And Eleanor again becomes reckless.

Eleanor is a modest girl, unremarkable but extraordinary, young but old, malleable but fixed. She is scared and confused. She is a liar and a thief. Eleanor is not what she appears to be.


This was a curious book that I was definitely interested in reading; the premise alone had me intrigued.  I’ve never read anything from this author previously but I was asked to review this so I gave it a shot because it caught my attention and I’m really happy that I did.

We meet Eleanor in the beginning who has quite the secret, and goes through great lengths of hiding and blending into the background to keep this secret from everyone, that is until the one person who does know about it comes back into town.  David.  Now it’s been a long time since a book has literally made me scream out and have my mouth hanging and this book definitely did that because it was definitely not something I was expecting.  But those are the best kind of moments when a book grabs you and makes you feel some type of way. 
Throughout the book both Eleanor and David fight against the attraction they have for one another, more Eleanor than David because she believes herself to be a monster.  A monster that shouldn’t have anyone around her, but even monsters need love too.  Not that I think she’s a monster, I think it’s a beautiful thing and an amazing thing because she is a shape shifter.  Anything about a shape shifter is interesting and this story shows you that not all of them are bad, and of course that sometimes you just have to learn to trust someone.  That’s hard for anyone human or monster to do, trust. 

This book kept me wondering about what was going to happen next the entire time, there were definitely some unexpected moments and others that made you just wonder about the world out there.  What exists and what doesn’t really exist and of course do you believe?  This book was really interesting and I’m happy I was able to pick it up; you really should check it out.  The cover is very simple and appropriate for the book itself.  It’s just a girl out there in the field by herself wondering what to do next with her life. 
About the Author:

JOHNNY WORTHEN graduated with a B.A. in English and Master’s in American Studies from the University of Utah. After a series of businesses and adventures, including running his own bakery, Worthen found himself drawn to the only thing he ever wanted to do—write. And write he does. When he’s not pounding on his keyboard or attending writers’ conferences, Worthen spends his time with his wife and two boys in Sandy, Utah.
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Friday, June 27, 2014

Review: Just like the Movies by

Just Like the Movies
By: Kelly Fiore
Release Date: July 22, 2014

Pretty and popular track star Marijke Monti is confident about almost everything – she’s got great friends, a great family, and she’s on her way to the State Track Championship. In fact, the only thing Marijke isn’t confident about is her relationship with Tommy Lawson.

Lily Spencer has spent her entire high school career preparing for the future – she’s participated in every extracurricular activity and volunteer committee she could. But, at home, she watches her mother go on date after date with dud-dudes, still searching for “the one.” Lily realizes that she’s about to graduate and still hasn’t even had a boyfriend.

While they live on each other’s periphery at school, Lily and Marijke never seemed to have much in common; but, after a coincidental meeting at the movie theater, Lily gets an idea – why can’t life be like a movie? Why can’t they set up their perfect romantic situations, just in time for their senior prom, using movie techniques?

Once the girls come up with the perfect plans, they commit themselves to being secret cohorts and, just like in the movies, drama ensues.

Kelly Fiore has perfected the thought of bringing movies to life in high school beautifully.  I can completely see this happening in real life and it amazes me the amount of lessons and experiences learned in this book and if you get a chance to read it I hope you see all the little ones that just make you think hmm maybe I should think more for or about myself and perhaps things will work out one day.  It’s a beautifully written book that just puts a smile on your face just like movies!

We meet Marijke and Lily separately, this book is told din two POV’s but instead of being it girl guy POV it’s girl girl POV, and it’s about two girls that don’t completely know each other but by chance happen to run into each other and form a bond and a friendship.  Their bond is over movies and wanting their happily ever after.  This book can literally be a movie and I know that I would go and watch it.

Both characters struggle with the significant other in their life, whether trying to get one or trying to keep one and together they come up with crazy movie like plans to help each other out.  During all these crazy things, some being a big fiasco for nothing at some points, there are still back stories about their home life and their families.  Those are some lessons that need to be learned as well, but the main story in this book I think isn’t even about the potential relationships I think it’s about two girls who couldn’t be any different finding each other at the most opportune time and becoming the best of friends.

Marijke and Lily’s relationship is my favorite thing about this book, friendship.  Don’t get me wrong I love the romance in this book because it’s innocent and put together quite nicely but friendship is more important sometimes.  The guys are very likable even if one of them is questionable at times, that might be the girl’s insecurities though.  Overall this book was delightful, fun, interesting and just a good time.  Definitely a book that you can read over the summer and feel good about it, it may even inspire you to try and put a movie moment into reality.

I love the cover with its movie kiss feel to it.  This is the second book I’ve read from this author and I’m ready for more.  She really knows how to tell a great story with a lot of meaning behind it.  Can’t wait to read the next one.

About the Author:

Kelly Fiore is the author of Taste Test. When she's not writing, you can find her in the kitchen, trying new recipes and rocking out to Def Leppard. A former high school English teacher, Kelly lives in Maryland with her husband and son.


Disclaimer:I received this book from NetGalley and Bloomsbury USA Children's Books, so that I may give my honest opinion and a review. Whether it is good or not please do not let it discourage you from purchasing/reading the book yourself and forming your own opinion. What might be good for me may not be good for you and vice versa. With that said, Happy Reading Everyone!!!

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Review: Delilah: The Making of Red by Jessica Sorensen

Delilah: The Making of Red
By: Jessica Sorensen
Release Date: March 18, 2014
Series: Nova #2.5

Delilah Peirce: the Invisible Girl. Men crane their necks around Delilah just to catch a glimpse of her bombshell mother. Delilah knows looks of indifference, of friendship-but never of desire.

Then she meets Dylan Sanderson, the impossibly gorgeous guy who thinks she's beautiful. When he looks at her, she feels needed. When he kisses her, her troubles disappear. And when he tells her he will never hurt her, she believes him . . .

This was a super short novella about Delilah.  I'm not going to lie I have read a lot of Jessica Sorensen's books lately so I had to figure out which one Delilah was in (yes I know it's part of a series but again a lot of books), but when I finally did figure it out I found it really interesting.  Jessica gives you the background on what really happened to Delilah and why she is the way she is now.

It was really cool to see how she just started out so innocent and all she wanted was a little bit of attention and the first time someone gave it to her she grabbed on and held on to it.  There were some parts that made me mad, like how her mother treated her, but it happens, it's sad but it happens.  Sometimes there are some people out there that should just not have kids.

Regardless of all of that this was an interesting back story and I really wanted more of this story, how she completely fell off track and maybe even a little of Quinton and Nova.  But this story was from the very beginning and again enjoyable.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Review: Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols

Biggest Flirts
By: Jennifer Echols
Release Date: May 20, 2014
Series: Superlatives #1

Tia and Will’s lives get flipped upside down when they’re voted Yearbook’s Biggest Flirts in this sassy novel from the author of Endless Summer and The One That I Want.

Tia just wants to have fun. She’s worked hard to earn her reputation as the life of the party, and she’s ready for a carefree senior year of hanging out with friends and hooking up with cute boys. And her first order of business? New guy Will. She can’t get enough of his Midwestern accent and laidback swagger.

As the sparks start to fly, Will wants to get serious. Tia’s seen how caring too much has left her sisters heartbroken, and she isn’t interested in commitment. But pushing Will away drives him into the arms of another girl. Tia tells herself it’s no big deal…until the yearbook elections are announced. Getting voted Biggest Flirts with Will is, well, awkward. They may just be friends, but their chemistry is beginning to jeopardize Will’s new relationship—and causing Tia to reconsider her true feelings. What started as a lighthearted fling is about to get very complicated…

She's back!!! The Jennifer Echols I adored when I read her very first book and couldn't stop boasting about her so much to anyone who would listen is back!  I'm so happy I had the pleasure of reading this book because it just made me so happy to see some really great characters and a fun story.

We meet Tia who is someone with some major commitment issues, and some definite responsibility issues, as in she doesn't want any at all.  She's carefree and ready for whatever, as long as there is nothing for her to lose, that is until she meets Will.  Will is a recent addition to their little town as he just moved from Minnesota and runs into Tia at a party.  One thing leads to another and they very much form a connection.  Stronger than either one was ready for.

There are some avoidance antics in this book and some really great friends.  A lot of denial is what keeps Tia going, because even though she has feelings for Will she just can't commit to him, which brings on some more back and forth from the both of them.  There is some definite tension and when they were both elected biggest flirts it just seemed to emphasize this attraction more.  They have some great friends who try to reason with both of them but even that doesn't work, it takes a lot of hit and misses with the two of these characters but they find their way eventually.

Overall this was a quick easy read, really great for the summer.  I'm just so happy that Jennifer Echols is back on her game.  I really liked this story and eve though I'm not too fond of the cover, because that's not what I think the characters look like, I still think its a cute cover, definitely an eye catcher.  I know I read some of the reviews and it was hit or miss but I have to tell you if you liked Jennifer's earlier books you will definitely like this one, I know I did.

Review: Five Ways to Fall by K.A. Tucker

Five Ways to Fall
By: K.A. Tucker
Release Date: June 24, 2014
Series: Ten Tiny Breaths #4

Sometimes you can’t change—and sometimes you just don’t want to. Discover Ben’s side of the story in this fourth novel by the beloved, top-selling indie author praised for her “likeable characters, steamy liaisons, and surprising plot twists” (Kirkus Reviews).

Purple-haired, sharp-tongued Reese MacKay knows all about making the wrong choice; she’s made plenty of them in her twenty-odd-years. So when her impulsive, short-lived marriage ends in heartbreak, she decides it’s time for a change. She moves to Miami with the intention of hitting reset on her irresponsible life, and she does quite well…aside from an epically humiliating one-night stand in Cancun with a hot blond bouncer named Ben. Thank God she can get on a plane and leave that mistake behind her.

Football scholarship and frat parties with hot chicks? Part of charmer Ben Morris’s plan. Blown knee that kills any hope of a professional football career? So not part of the plan. Luckily Ben has brains to go with his knockout looks and magnetism. After three long years of balancing law school with his job as a bouncer at Penny’s Palace, he’s ready to lead a more mature life—until his first day of work, when he finds himself in the office of that crazy, hot chick he met in Cancun. The one he hasn’t stopped thinking about.

If Ben truly were a smart guy, he’d stay clear of Reese. She’s the boss’s stepdaughter and it’s been made very clear that office romances are grounds for dismissal. Plus, rumor has it she’s trouble. The only problem is, he likes trouble, especially when it’s so good-looking…


I have really come to enjoy this series by K.A. Tucker each one is a different adventure while at the same time focusing on all the same characters in one way or another.  This is Ben’s story, the forever playboy who loves to flirt and have fun while finally becoming the lawyer he’s been working towards.  K.A. Tucker moves us a little farther away from the world of Penny’s and strippers, but there are still some guest appearances here and there. 

Ben has always been a flirt and can back up what he’s talking about but when he meets this purple haired mystery of a girl and things just don’t turn out the way he wanted them to he couldn’t help but keep her in his mind.  Of course as the glorious fates would have it she turns out to be the daughter of the owner of the law firm he just got a job at and therefore the plot thickens.  The two characters couldn’t be more different but very much a like in so many ways.  I love how much of a cocky flirt Ben is and I love how Reese is one bad ass chick with a great attitude. 

There are some really great scenes in this book that will both hurt you and make you feel empowered at the same time – just watch out for the paintballs, that’s all I’m saying.  But through and through the connection these two characters have is so out of left field but it just goes to show you how much sometimes it’s good to have someone to lean on and that is what these two characters have.  Even though they like to bicker back and forth, it’s more of foreplay because when they connect, it’s magical. 

This story was endearing and tough at times, there is definitely a lot of story there on both ends with a lot of issues, mainly trust and fidelity.  I love how they work together to get through some of these issues even if sometimes it wasn’t worth it.  Sometimes instead of wanting what you used to have it’s better to move forward with something that is both healthy and good for you.  Sometimes it’s just time to let go of the past.  I think that’s a major part in this story too, not only the trusting but letting go and moving on, you don’t always have to end up being like your parent.

This story was told from both POV’s and I’ve always enjoyed books like that because you get to see two sides, as you know in reality there are three sides to each story his, hers, and the truth lol, but this is great too.  The new characters introduced were really interesting too, and I don’t know if there will be any other books in this series (I hope there will be because there is still so much more to explore), if there is I hope its Nate’s story! Now there’s a guy I want to know about because they just talk about his size so much and such loyalty. I’m crossing my fingers for that one.

I love the cover; Reese with the burgundy hair is great, going down the orange grove.  All the covers in this series have been very befitting and beautiful.  I can’t wait to read something else by this author, great series and great book.

I received this book from NetGalley and Atria Books, so that I may give my honest opinion and a review. Whether it is good or not please do not let it discourage you from purchasing/reading the book yourself and forming your own opinion. What might be good for me may not be good for you and vice versa. With that said, Happy Reading Everyone!!!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Review: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

The Geography of You and Me
By: Jennifer E. Smith
Release Date: April 15, 2014

Lucy lives on the twenty-fourth floor. Owen lives in the basement. It's fitting, then, that they meet in the middle -- stuck between two floors of a New York City apartment building, on an elevator rendered useless by a citywide blackout. After they're rescued, Lucy and Owen spend the night wandering the darkened streets and marveling at the rare appearance of stars above Manhattan. But once the power is back, so is reality. Lucy soon moves abroad with her parents, while Owen heads out west with his father.

The brief time they spend together leaves a mark. And as their lives take them to Edinburgh and to San Francisco, to Prague and to Portland, Lucy and Owen stay in touch through postcards, occasional e-mails, and phone calls. But can they -- despite the odds -- find a way to reunite?

Smartly observed and wonderfully romantic, Jennifer E. Smith's new novel shows that the center of the world isn't necessarily a place. Sometimes, it can be a person.

Jennifer E. Smith has the most unique ways for two people meeting each other by chance and then leaving quite a lasting impression.  Her characters are like any other normal person on the street, there is nothing spectacular about them which makes these stories more plausible and that is always entertaining because it gives you hope.  Isn't that all we really want is just a little bit of hope and of course the love that follows?

We meet Lucy and Owen who officially meet one another in an elevator during a blackout in New York.  That alone is a great experience, I can only imagine living so close to the city how crazy it must be during a blackout, even for just a few minutes I can only see complete chaos.  But in this chaos these two people found each other, and a connection was made, one so strong that it would last several months even after only meeting once.  Have you ever met someone and they just left the strongest impression on you?  That is what happens between Owen and Lucy.  It was like magic. 

The book went a little slow and even though it wasn’t deep emotionally as I think it could have been it did touch upon some important things in each of their lives that really make them who they are today.  They both have travelled pretty much around the world but still managed to stay connected whether through post cards or email they still tried to keep in touch.  It was a very sweet ending.

Overall the book was good and I liked it, it did remind me of the last book Jennifer wrote, but this one had more of a complete finish whereas the other one definitely left me wanting more.  It was a sweet, quick read but again was a little slow throughout the book but still kept you hoping they would finally get together.  This is a nice summer read.

I received this book from NetGalley and Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, so that I may give my honest opinion and a review. Whether it is good or not please do not let it discourage you from purchasing/reading the book yourself and forming your own opinion. What might be good for me may not be good for you and vice versa. With that said, Happy Reading Everyone!!!

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Blog Tour: Perfect Kind of Trouble by Chelsea Fine - Review / Giveaway / Excerpt

Perfect Kind of Trouble
By: Chelsea Fine
Release Date: June 3, 2014

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.

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Have you ever known two people who believe the other is the complete opposite of who they are and deep down you know they are the same person going through the same things and both are just stubborn, that’s Kayla and Daren?  Chelsea Fine has written another wonderful book that had me smiling, hot and bothered and teary eyed, but most importantly she bought me into this world that I wanted to be in, a world where scavenger hunts are the way to go, a world where Monique is the name of a flashy Porsche.  This book was amazing and I loved every second of it.

We meet Kayla as she’s attending her father’s funeral, not someone who’s been in her life much the past couple years but still she needed the closure.  It’s throughout the story that she received a lot more than just the closure she was looking for.  Having to go through many different, interesting fun experiences while completing a crazy scavenger hunt to find out what her father left her while being hand cuffed to the irresistible Daren, who is known to be quite the ladies man.  The two of them believe the other to be one way and slowly through different experiences and conversations they each learn how wrong they were about the other.  That’s what I loved best about the book; you should never make assumptions about people because you don’t really know them until you actually get to know them.  It’s not good to judge people based on looks or rumors.

There were a lot of great characters in this book, and a lot of revelations to each of them.  I especially loved in when towards the end some characters from the previous book in this series showed up.  It was quite nice to see them again.  And can I just say how much I wish I knew Ellen, there is something special about that lady, it’s like she knows everything, seriously. 

I loved everything about this book and this series and it was at times heartbreaking and other well quite hot that’s for sure, amazing writing.  Can’t wait to read the next book in this series and the cover is consistent and simple and I love that as well.  I also want some cookies now.  You will know what I mean when you read the book.  It’s full of surprises left and right and experiencing both sides of the story is always a great idea, I’ve always been a fan of the whole one person then next person explaining what’s going on.  Sometimes you just want that perspective, not just one sided.  Love it!

I just had to add this note – super sexy book; I love this new adult genre!

I reach Mr. Perkins’s office and quickly park before climbing out of the car in my high heels.

The inheritance really could be only twenty dollars—or less—and spending an afternoon chained to Daren Ackwood to find it could be a complete waste of time, not to mention horribly awkward given our romantic encounter last night, but it’s worth a shot. Because if it turns out to be a substantial amount of money, everything could change.

Not only could I go back to nursing school, but I could afford a decent apartment and buy myself some time to find a new job—one where my boss isn’t demanding I work for free or flash him in order to pay off my mother’s debt.

Ugh. My life can really only go uphill from where I’m at.

I know money can’t buy happiness, and I believe that. But it would be nice to be out from under Big Joe’s threatening thumb. And sleeping in a cockroach-free apartment while eating regular hot meals wouldn’t be bad either.

I hurry down the sidewalk toward Mr. Perkins’s office, tripping a little in my shoes. Maybe wearing the skirt and heels again wasn’t such a great idea. But I wanted to look professional and responsible, and the gray dress is too hot and the only other pair of shoes I own are my beat-up sneakers from last night. I didn’t think a pencil skirt and a pair of dirty sneakers really said I can be trusted with my deceased father’s money. So I went with the pumps.

I wobble as my shoe catches on a small pebble and curse under my breath.

High heels really are a bitch.

Up ahead, I see Daren round a corner and hurry toward the office, now just a few yards down the sidewalk. I relax a little, knowing he’s not there yet. As we near each other, my stomach fills with butterflies. I don’t know what I’m more anxious about—the inheritance or seeing Daren.

We reach Eddie’s door at the same time.

“Good morning.” He smiles broadly.

“Morning,” I respond with a cheerful smile of my own.

Our smiles are exaggerated, like we’re trying to prove just how “okay” we are with the thing that never happened last night. Then our eyes meet in brief a clash of lust, and tension fills the air.

Daren is the first to break it. “So. You ready to do this?”

“I am,” I say.

The tension returns, but this time it’s laced with nervousness. We’re about to lock ourselves together. For money. The morning after we dry humped each other against a bar. It’s nothing less than weird and desperate. Which begs the question, why is Daren doing this?

I know why I’m subjecting myself to this craziness but I’m still not sure why Daren has agreed—especially without knowing how much money is at stake. Is he in it for the thrill? Is he just bored?

Whatever his reasons are, I’m grateful.

We enter the office and Eddie looks up from his messy desk, his glasses perched on his shiny head. Today he’s wearing a yellow button-up shirt with a plaid bow tie to match his plaid pants. The look suits him.

“You’ve returned,” he says brightly, standing to greet us. “I guess this means you’ve come to a decision about Mr. Turner’s letter?”

“We have,” I say.

Daren nods. “Yes.”

“Excellent.” Eddie clasps his hands together. “What have you decided?”

Daren and I exchange an anxious look. My stomach does a flip-flop, afraid he’s going to change his mind, but then he gives me a subtle nod and I nod back.

We turn to face Eddie, hold out our wrists, and at the same time say, “Cuff us.”

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Chelsea lives in Phoenix, Arizona, where she spends most of her time writing stories, painting murals, and avoiding housework at all costs. She's ridiculously bad at doing dishes and claims to be allergic to laundry. Her obsessions include: superheroes, coffee, sleeping-in, and crazy socks. She lives with her husband and two children, who graciously tolerate her inability to resist teenage drama on TV and her complete lack of skill in the kitchen. 

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Promo Blitz: Destination to be Determined by J.B. McGee & Nicole Andrews Moore - Giveaway

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The Traveler Series Premise

Emmy London is a private investigator by choice and a time traveler by chance. Her super secret ability enables her to go back in time to solve mysteries, but not change the past. The one caveat is that she can't use it for personal gain; the one mystery she can't solve is that of her past.

Follow Emmy as she tests the limits of her curse, writes her own rules, and learns that 'not-a-dates' can become relationships she never wanted all the while drinking lots of coffee.

These sexy humorous mysteries can be read as standalone novellas even as the characters evolve.

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Synopsis for Destination to be Determined

Life has never been easy for Emmy London. Raised in foster homes, she learned to never get too comfortable, to never let anyone in. When her classmate, Chloe Oliver, disappeared at the tender age of five, so did she. From that moment on, life was never the same. She kept a secret and kept her distance from everyone. 

With the twentieth anniversary of Chloe's disappearance looming, Mr. Oliver sought Emmy's assistance, asking her to revisit the past in order to give him the closure he so desperately needed. As a private investigator, she was accustomed to facing unpleasant situations and sifting through others' lives. Unfortunately, this time to do that, she had to face her own. 

Soon, she herself is being followed. A handsome stranger insinuates himself in her life. Everything she believed and thought she knew is called into question beginning with…can she turn her curse into a gift?

Her mission is clear, her destination is to be determined.

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Release Date: July 22, 2014

Destination Derailed Synopsis

When Emmy finally answers a series of missed calls, the first words Sean speaks are, “Peaches is missing!” 

Rushing back to Shiloh Cove, her new mission is a favor fora friend that lands her in a strip club, working undercover.  Blaze really appreciates her new work uniform…and he’s not the only one.

Like so many others on the force, Detective Morrow moonlights in a security position after-hours at Leather and Lace.  He’s seen many girls come and go through the years without giving it another thought, until Emmy enters his life once more, this time wearing makeup and not much else.  Then, he can’t stop thinking about her. 

In the midst of an alpha pissing contest between two men who make her quiver, Emmy finds herself embroiled in a dark and dangerous underground.  Everything she believed to be true is put to the test.  It has been said rules are meant to be broken, that life is all fun and games.  Yet in her case, never has so much been at stake when Emmy finds her destination derailed.

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