- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- July 2015
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
At twenty years old Lake Heart has only been with one guy. She's inexperienced in all things male related, but that doesn't stop her from wanting Reese. He's ex-military, powerful, and he makes her feel wholly feminine.
Reese Jordan's marriage was broken from the very beginning, but for the last two years he tried to make it work. When he signs the divorce papers he doesn't expect to feel this intense arousal for Lake, and she is over a decade younger than he is.
When one night of drunkenness leads to Lake and Reese sleeping together, the repercussions could ruin everything. But Reese wants Lake, no matter who thinks it's wrong.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Aug 19, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
118 people found the following review helpful
Hot, hot, HOT.
Lake lives with her father and his much younger wife. Her stepmom's brother, Reese, is recently divorced and is staying living there, too. Lake has always been attracted to him, ever since she was younger. Now that she's older, she can see that maybe he's attracted to her, too.
After a drunken night, it's confirmed. Yup, Reese is definitely into Lake.
Whew, they were hot together! While this is certainly an erotic romance, there was still quite a bit of buildup leading to them being together. Sometimes in a novella, it's hard to really feel a couple's connection and I felt it between Reese and Lake. Their chemistry wasn't jumping from the pages or anything, but enough to be believable and to keep me invested in them.
They were living in Lake's father's house, so their first encounters didn't really go as Reese had hoped. You can imagine how that all turned out. It was hilarious and awkward; the scenes with Lake's dad were my favorite of the story. I love an uncomfortable scenario.
I read this in one sitting. With the emotional buildup and sexy love scenes, SO WRONG IT'S GOOD is recommended for everyone who wants something short and hot.
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