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I guess I should get the thing that bother me the most off my chest, which was her best friend working at the Luxxor and not being up front about it. Yes, I understand that she had to keep it on the download, but Erin was her best friend stuff like that goes to grave. No repeats stuff like that. On the same token, Erin would probably still be waiting to make a move on Colton. I still don't have to like that part. The other thing that kind of bother me was Erin and Colton's relationship. It felt kind of like a dirty little secret. Okay, I get it, it was about honoring the promise Colton made when he was younger, but take it like a man get punched in the face by the brother. Yes, I was thinking that. Those are my gripes about the book.
The things I liked about the story. Even though one of my gripes was Erin and Colton's relationship, I still liked the relationship. They were hot and heavy when they weren't focusing on being each others dirty little secret. Plus, they were adorable. I also liked Erin's friends Sienna and Jason. I liked them so much I want to go back and read their story. The other person that played a big part in the story was Nina who was Erin's sounding board. Even though she was owner of Luxxor, she provided reason and a good friendship for Erin. Especially, when she need advice when it came to her relationship between Colton. I believe Erin would have left everything as the status quo, because it was something she wanted for so long. Why rock the boat. Plus, the ending kind of left me believing there might something in the future between Nina and a certain detective. Let's hope so.
Overall, not a bad read. It was hot and sexy at times. Okay, majority of the time. However, I did have a couple of hang ups, but it's not going to stop me from checking out other books from this author. Plus, I want to see how Sienna and Jason develop, so I have to go back to Courting Trouble. Maybe I'll gain a better understanding on Sienna being silent on the whole escort thing. Till next time.
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I like this story though in it’s own way it was refreshing as it was a different take on attraction that has been there for awhile. Also the escort part and being a male. I thought the writing was very good. As was the plot I enjoyed it a lot. I loved the characters especially Colton and Erin and the ins and outs they went through. I recommend.
I received an ARC of this story for an honest review.
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
I loved Kimberley’s Courting Trouble and was looking forward to this. Though I enjoyed it somehow it didn’t live up to Trouble. There the story was solid, the romance believable and the sex sensual. Here though – the characters are great, and I enjoyed meeting Jason and Sierra again, the sex was perfect but the romance, though believable, felt stilted in the things against it, the actual story plot. It was hard to believe that two adults would really think objections against them being together when they were teens were still in effect now they’re adults in their twenties. Somehow that just seemed weird, and so it spoiled the romance for me. When they were sneaking around instead of feeling sorry for them ( though I did laugh at times ) I was just thinking “grow up, stop acting like kids”. It just didn’t fit the image I had of them, especially Colton. Here we have an intelligent,very successful man – can we really believe he thinks her parents, who treat him as family, really still don’t want them to be together?
If you can suspend your disbelief over the objections its a fun, sexy read. Its well written and plotted, and I love the story setting, the Luxxor connections, and the closeness of Erin’s family. It’s not put me off reading more, Kimberly can clearly write an erotic scene, and that’s something not all writers can do, and book one was perfect for me, so I’m treating this as simply one of those reads where the story and I just don’t get along. If the objections part had been just one of several plots I could have rated higher, but it’s not, it’s a simple read, and that is the main plot so that means my rating is lower. .
Stars: three, a sexy story but the plot and I just don’t really gel.
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