Thursday, March 3, 2016

After Dark Review of Summer Fling by Mari Carr and Jayne Rylon

I have added After Dark Reviews to my blog as a way of notifying you of a review of a book with Adult themes and scenes. From now on I will keep my reviews of all books I read that have explicit scenes in them for late night posts for those of you who prefer to avoid them or easy to find for those of you who seek them out ;)
Read for: Series Challenge & Mount TBR Digital
Synopsis: "Summertime and the lovin’ is easy…until it’s not.

Compass Girls, Book 3

Too much love and loss taught Jade Compton to protect her heart and her sanity by steering clear of all that romance nonsense. She’s doing just fine, working two jobs, hanging out with her cousins and her best friend, Liam.

But when a combination of unbearable heat wave and a case of the boredom blues knock her down, she longs to do something spontaneous…maybe even a little bit reckless.

Liam Harrison met Jade when she was sixteen—in the local cemetery. If he’s learned anything after eight years of friendship, it’s that Jade has a wild streak a mile wide. And while he doesn’t want to tame the adventurous woman, he wouldn’t mind showing her a few sexy ways to channel some of her impulsiveness. With him. In the bedroom.

When he proposes a sexy, no-strings-attached summer fling, Jade jumps at the chance to spice things up and indulge some pretty kinky fantasies. Then summer ends…and Jade comes to the uncomfortable realization that there’s only one place she’s comfortable in her own skin—Liam’s arms.

Warning: Excessive heat in this story—in the bedroom, the barn, the kitchen, the bar. Drink lots of water. Stay hydrated!"

My Review: I am totally in love with this series and how it is giving you a little taste of everything. This one might be the hottest of the bunch, I loved Jade's defiance and spunk, not to mention the determination and patience Liam used in response. I also enjoyed seeing the rest of the characters continue to develop along with the underlying storyline. This was definitely a hot, steamy summer read (or in the winter to warm up a bit). I only have one book left in this series and I know I am going to miss it, but I think I am going to have to go back and read the previous series about the fathers and mothers.
My Rating: This was a well rounded book, full of personality, complete characters, continued storyline and plenty of heat between Jade and Liam.  I think this might be the best of the series! I give it a rating of Four Paws and a Stump Wag!

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