- File Size: 952 KB
- Print Length: 267 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530617367
- Publisher: Hunting Anastasia Productions (March 22, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CYL2VW2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,331 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Honestly, I’m not surprised, because with Deb Anastasia and Helena Hunting behind this quirky and ambitious project, there’s literally no way it could be anything less than stellar. We’re talking about several well-known, best-selling authors, and a few truly talented debut authors as well. The story is tender and sweet in the right places; crazy-outrageous when you least expect it; a tiny bit angsty when it’s appropriate; hilariously funny at every turn (I could write an entire review on the humor alone); and off-the-charts hot just when you need it the most. You can literally feel the fun the authors had passing along the chapters and setting each other up for the next turn in the story. What wicked fun it must have been. Honestly, I would give up a minor appendage to have witnessed their writing and editing process – and a vital organ for the privilege of a being part of a writing team with such incredible talent. And now, about the story …
Verity Michaels and Hudson Fenn are officially one of my all-time favorite romantic couples in the comedy genre. Verity is the safe, rational one; Fenn is the spontaneous, reckless one; together, they are a couple you’ll remember long after you finish their story (especially if you follow their accounts on Twitter).
Verity is small-town Florida ‘transplant’ working as a receptionist for an export company in downtown Manhattan. She has a tedious job and a misogynistic creeper for a boss. She’s all but given up her dream of being a professional photographer, after failing in a start-up business in her home town. She moved to New York when her too-helpful father set her up with an interview with a former fraternity brother — the soon-to-be-infamous creeper/fetishist, Larold Lay, CEO. After working late one evening, she reluctantly shares a taxi with the enigmatic Hudson Fenn, aka ‘Tattoo’ – a bike courier who looks like a thug and doesn’t fit any of her notions of a potential romantic partner. She assumes he’s a bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks; assumes he lacks ambition because he’s content riding a messenger bike around town all day; and assumes he’s a felon because of his penchant for secrecy – and, well, breaking the law. One could hardly blame her for having more than a few reservations. And yet… She knows she shouldn’t want him, but she does. She quickly realizes she has an adventurous side, but is reluctant to let herself go, until Fenn gives her no choice.
Fenn’s challenge? Convincing her that he’s more than he appears to be. Earning her trust, while keeping his secrets. Therein lies the internal and external conflict, the mystery, the angst, but also some of the funniest, steamiest, and most moving moments in their story. She’s powerfully drawn to him, and he to her; but how can she be expected to freely give herself to someone who can’t, or won’t, let her in? The conflict is central to the story, and beautifully developed, at just the right pace to keep you glued to your Kindle from beginning to end.
It’s best that you discover his secrets – and other, even more outrageous and unpredictable aspects of this love story – for yourself. Seeing how Fenn romances Verity, and handles the challenge of winning her heart, will make you laugh, possibly cry a little, and laugh again. It’s all part of the magic. I promise that the answers will surprise and totally satisfy you – they delighted me. I also guarantee you’ll fall in love with this “smooth criminal” before that first cab ride is over, and fist-bump the nearest bystander when Verity finally finds her feet and stands up to her dirt-bag of a boss. Fenn’s spontaneity, his reckless sense of fun, his passion for life, his devotion to Verity, his tattooed bad-boy persona – not to mention his sexual prowess – make him one of the most unique and disarming heroes I’ve read in quite awhile. He brings out the best in her, she brings out the beast in him — and it’s a wild, wonderful journey to see how it all plays out.
I certainly hope this isn’t the last of the Domino novels. I want more, and more, and more. Don’t wait — buy it now and read it all night if you have too. #TotallyWorthIt #PoundHudson #WhatsInTheBox.
I loved how Hudson was so misunderstood and constantly pigeon-ed holed into this bad boy persona because of his job (dead end bike messenger) and his tattoos (pretty much covered). I loved even more how he let it roll off his back and didn’t take it so seriously. He was playful and sexy. Too attributes when combined make for a very interesting male lead right? Their first interaction was….just perfect. That’s the kinda story you tell to your grand kids. “Oh, how did we meet? Well, your grandfather stole a cab that we were sharing” Ha, it doesn’t get much better than that. Okay that’s the only spoiler and it a small one at that.
I love the female lead as well. Not only does she have a kick ass name (Verity), but she also has a country girl background mixed with some city sassiness. Her determination to prove to herself and her father that she can make it on her own is admirable and something we can all relate too I think. Coupled with her love of art gives her character deeper depth. Their combined love of art in its different mediums was a bonus. It gave them more than just physicality to bring them together. Let’s be real, anytime they offer more than looks as attraction is A ok with me. Especially with such a graphic novel.
The sex and feeling were interwoven quite seemlessly. And boy were the sex scenes HAWT with a capital H! The scene in the VIP room at the bar. No, the stairs leading up to the VIP room at the bar is probably my favorite.
I usually love anything written by Helena Hunting so its no surprise I enjoyed this one. Now I have more authors to look up!
I was not jumping up and down with excitement. I wasn’t even rooting for this couple. The story was sexual and explicit. Which I was fine with. Love guys with abs, tattoos, and piercings.
I could have done without the tweets. I’m not a tweeter so I skipped over those.
Verity is stuck at a job she hates because her photography business failed. Her boss is creepy and weird, yet she stays because she needs the money. New York is expensive so she’s willing to put in the hours and sexual harassment from her boss to pay the rent.
The story went into a crazy strange zone. One minute Verity is sexing it up with Mr. Tattoo guy and the next she’s having a weird conversation with her boss about dolls.
I’m not a huge fan of drinking alcohol so these scenes where they drink their problems away goes on for far too long. #stopdrinkingalcohol #itmakesyoustupid I will never understand why people think being drunk is fun.
The story works in a secret about Hudson which had me rolling my eyes. I can’t understand the need to hide this kind of thing.
I’m going to venture a guess and say this was probably supposed to be weirdly funny. I’m not the intended audience that finds this funny. Weird? Yes.