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Review: Vain (Part One) by Deborah Bladon

22729321Vain (part one) by Deborah Bladon (July 2014, Indie)

Sex.

That’s all Noah Foster wanted when Alexa Jackson showed up at his apartment.

After returning from a semester in Paris, Alexa is back in her hometown of Boston and looking for anything but the drama that surrounds Noah. He’s intense, gifted, famous and a bastard through and through.

Alexa doesn’t take life too seriously. Noah doesn’t do calm and easygoing.

Their unexpected meeting sets them both on a course towards an unlikely connection. As Noah embarks on a journey to teach school teacher Alexa the ways of his dark and mysterious world, she’s fighting her own demons and the memory of a stranger in Paris.

When Alexa’s past suddenly becomes her present, she’s forced to face the reality of whether the passionate moments she’s spent in Noah’s arms, in his bed, and in his life mean anything to him, or has it all been in vain?

This book (or part of) looked like so much fun. And I wasn’t wrong!

It’s not the best writing, and yeah, the dialogue is a little stiff (among other things! Heh heh) but as I said, it’s FUN!

I love the sexual fantasy this re-enacts and I’ve gotta say, it ends on such a cliff hanger.. I was like NOOOO! YOU CAN’T STOP THERE!

Ha ha!

It’s a short review because it’s a short book – at 77 pages long, I read it over lunch! A very sexy lunch! xD

I liked the sex scenes and even though the characters were a little inconsistent, I liked them too. I really look forward to seeing where this goes.

The female protagonist is refreshing for what I’ve read of this genre. It’s nice to have a young woman that wants cock and isn’t afraid to admit it! Especially when it’s right in front of her. Literally!

I’m saving a starred rating until I’ve read all three parts (two still to be released as I write this).

If you like hawt, steamy scenes and even hawter guys. Get on this. Now. *thumbs*

 

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