1 August 2016
Jagger is a wild guy that loves his women, just once, but he loves them. His last night at base before shipping out he sees the most amazing woman at the bar, fighting men off, but he knew she'd be leaving with him. When Jenny had to run the next morning, she didn't realize what she'd be losing and gaining from her one night with Jagger. His whole tour he thought of her, he'd tried to find out who she was, but with just a first name it didn't help, now he was being shipped home to a different area. When he walked into the new bar just off base he couldn't believe his luck, his Jenny was there, but getting her back where he wanted her wasn't going as he planned. Jenny has to keep him away, while he was gone she learned about his reputation, and she not only had herself to think about, bury their daughter too. Life is about to get very complicated.
I just absolutely loved how this story was written, the passion, hurt and betrayal were written so beautifully. I enjoyed the way Jagger grew up, knew what he wanted and went for it. Jenny was just a girl trying to do it right and stuffing it up, and jumping to conclusions. Losing each other the hardest of all. A great story, if you live a man that can be the sweetest, toughest contradiction of hot desire, then you will love Jagger and this story.
A Bad Boy For Summer - Joanna Blake
Frannie is a poor little rich girl, she chose to leave her wealthy loveless family to pursue a life of independence, she's worked hard to get her grades and on the way to hand in her last paper for college, her car breaks down. Jace is a mechanic and racer, and a brainiac that doesn't care or need the recognition. He arrives to help a girl that has broken down, she looks rich, and extremely hot, just what he doesn't need. When he drops her at her university, and sees her running away later in tears, he's drawn to this woman that is a complete mystery he can't solve and doesn't understand. As he pushes getting to know her, they meet where they both least expect it.
I loved Jace's protectiveness and conviction for his feelings, just as I loved Frannie's naivety. Both were endearing and this was a pleasure to read.
Push - Joanna Black
Nicholas is an in demand escort, and he's just been offered his biggest client yet. Rebecca has brought him from America to England to seduce her nerdy cousin Rosalie. When he meets Rebecca for the first time his skin crawls, there's something not quiet right, and when she offers him a $50,000 bonus to expand on the seduction alarm bells go off. Rosalie is sweet and loves to help out every cause she can, but she's not comfortable in her role in the family, but when she meets her cousins friend Nicholas, she is more than happy to turn her back on her family for the man she's surely falling in love with. As their relationship grows, Nicks guilt eats him alive, until he can't hold back and tells her the truth. Despite that he ends it Rebecca still goes ahead with her threat and destroys Rosalie's reputation.
In different parts of the world, Nick tries to make it right.
It was a beautiful story of acceptance and trust, and sadly that blood isn't always thicker than water. A lovely heartfelt story.