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Lucy is such an amazing writer. She always draws me in no matter what genre she writes about. In this story, we learn not to judge others by their appearances (among other things). Maddox is not all he seems to appear. The skinny man with all the tattoos has secrets and if Penny is brave enough she will find out what those secrets are. You see Penny ran into some trouble and now she has to suffer the consequences. Little does she know this could forever change her life. All I know is that is if I ever have to do community service, I hope it’s with someone like Maddox. I wouldn’t mind being a part of his world one bit. If you like a short naughty read, then you definitely need this or actually any of Lucy’s books. They are all worth your time and money. I received this book as a gift from the author for an honest review.
Penny Anderson finds herself doing community service, and she does it at a soup kitchen. Once there, she meets chef Maddox Black. He’s tall, skinny, tatted up and has wild black hair, and not Penny’s usual sort.
The two of them end up chatting over tea and find out that though they are very different from each other, they have something very much in common. I positively loved this story and thought Maddox was great! He certainly knew his way around kitchen utensils. My only complaint is that I wish it was longer.
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong BF is not what Penny would have wished for. With her promising Law career nearly over before it began - it takes her fathers connections to help her out of a bad situation.
But helping in a Soup kitchen isn't what she was expecting either and neither was the guy in charge, Maddox.
A rather revealing chat over a cuppa after their work was done takes Penny off to Maddox's house and she discovers a side of her that she rather likes.
Copy received in exchange for an honest review.
This book was not an easy read for me. I normally enjoy BDSM books, but this one didn't flow very well for me. It was stilted and disjointed.
Both characters are hard to follow and to get a good read on.
~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
Hmmm... Normally, I love Felthouse books, but this one just didn't work for me.
Penny is either incredibly naive and innocent or kind of a slut. I can't really tell. She is performing her community service because she was naive enough to let her ex-boyfriend get her in trouble. But what does she really know about Maddox?
Maddox is a strange character - he's hard to get a read on. But, when he starts talking about his dominant side, and Penny seems to be interested, their conversation turns towards the do you want to come home with me?
Things go forward from there, but it just didn't really flow that well. It was a too fast, under developed story for me.