Thursday, 19 June 2014

Hook, Line, and garter by Rachel James Review

Book Blurb

“I don’t think I will ever be close enough to you. If it was possible, I would slip inside your skin and stay there forever.” -Sam

After a brutal attack, Kate Logan thought she could never trust another man again, until she met Sam Montgomery. Sam was like no one she had ever known before—beautiful, vivacious, and bold. In Sam, Kate found all she would ever need, want, or desire in a man, until she learned that the only thing worse than falling in love with her best friend was knowing nothing would ever come from it. 

Sam Montgomery, a successful photographer and an occasional cross-dresser (yes, cross-dresser) lived his life out loud. He said what he wanted, dressed how he wanted, and did who he wanted. From the first time he laid his eyes on Kate, he knew he had to have her. Unfortunately, the only piece of her heart she was ready to give came tattooed with a ‘friends only’ stamp. He was willing to compromise his desires, but he never imagined he would fall head over heels in love with her.
The hot temperatures weren’t the only thing blazing in Austin, Texas. After one steamy night together, Kate and Sam decided it was time to redefine their friendship. When Kate finally opens herself to all that they could share together, Sam couldn’t have been happier—until he realizes that perhaps the only way to cast away all of Kate’s inner demons was to walk away forever.

My review

Book gifted from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Cover :- 3 stars
Sex/steaminess :- 3 stars
Story line :- 5 tars
Characters :- 5 stars
Overall rating :-4 stars

Personal rating :- 4 stars

Book Pairing:- M/F
Did it give me a book hangover :- Almost
Is this a review book or personal read :- Review read

Why I chose this book?

I was asked for an honest review.

What I liked about this book.

* The characters were fantastic.
* The story line was good and there were plenty of twists to keep you interested.
* The story flowed well.

What I didn't like about this book.

Nothing really.

Would I read more from this author?


Would I recommend this book?

Yes to those with an open mind.

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