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Raw Deal Paperback – June 27, 2017
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"The author writes with compelling emotional ferocity, balancing the story and its characters with breathtaking skill, and delivering a reading experience that is complete and utterly satisfying cover to cover. Cherrie Lynn’s books are like a breath of fresh air for me, and somehow, they only keep getting better and better." ― Natasha is a Book Junkie
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cherrie Lynn has been a CPS caseworker and a juvenile probation officer, but now she writes contemporary and paranormal romance on the steamy side. She's also an unabashed rock music enthusiast, and she is fond of hitting the road with her husband to catch their favorite bands live. Cherrie lives in East Texas. She is the author of the Larson Brothers series which includes Raw Deal.
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It's the perfect not-going-to-happen love story. Mike fought Savannah's brother and the brother died. Everything and everyone was against them. Heroine's parents would disagree. Brother's widow and heroine's best friend, Rowan, would feel betrayed.
I have to admit, at certain parts, I wanted to throttle the heroine and her best friend, but as the story progressed things changed. I really am being vague on purpose. It's best if every reader experiences everything by themselves. Because there were some feels to it, too.
At first, I didn't know if I wanted to read book two, but finishing this one, I realized I want to because I want to get to know the hero's brother, Zane, better. Well, one of them. The third will be last. I think I'm most eager for Damien's book.
Mike might fill that void. He is a hot, hunky chunk of MMA fighter goodness with a sweet caramel center. Besides being a man made to rip panties off, which he does with his strong and skilled fingers (meow!), he is a man made to make your heart all sorts of mushed goo. While dealing with his own demons after accidentally killing her brother in a match, he manages to be the rock-solid support Savannah needs.
And Savannah needs it. Savannah has to be strong for everyone and Mike really allows her to take time to mourn for herself, which is doubly painful in this situation. Their story pulls on the heart because there is so much love between the two of them, yet it feels like family and other fears might keep them apart.
In between all the feels about their relationship, there is some panty-melting sex. It's not just mindless. It can be deep, and soul-merging. I know it sounds cliched, but besides just the fun of sex, it really is about forging an emotional bond with these two. I think that is part of the reason I find it so hot. He manages to eat part of my soul too.
While I am all about Mike and Savannah, I am not ready to do final claims on him yet. There are two other brothers yet to be featured. Maybe I might want to claim Zane, the rock god, as my husband. Maybe Damien, the world-class poker player, might catch my fancy.
In any case, I am willing to share when I make my final decision because I am just sweet like that.
I only reserve my opinions on books that I read to occasional reviews because I read a lot and I don't have the time to spend reviewing each of them. I also hate to see so many reviews that give away the whole book, so you won't get that from me. So when I tell you, as I did above, that I can't possibly give this book enough stars, you should jump on it immediately and start reading....you could not possibly be sorry, unless, of course, you don't read it!
I may try a reread at some point to see if I feel differently.