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    Shiver by Suzanne Wright

    5

    Our Recommendation

    Kensey and Blake had such great chemistry, the way Suzanne describes their interactions and how they feel just draws you into their relationship. It may have started as a no-strings type of thing, but we all know how those end, someone falls in love. This time, it’s Suzanne’s signature alpha male, Blake, that becomes the usual possessive self. He wants all of Kensey when she’s the one that is hesitant to open herself up to him. And talk about mystery and side plots and twists that you do not see coming, Suzanne throws a lot into this story but she writes so well that I felt it worked perfectly.

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    Kensey and Blake had such great chemistry, the way Suzanne describes their interactions and how they feel just draws you into their relationship. It may have started as a no-strings type of thing, but we all know how those end, someone falls in love. This time, it’s Suzanne’s signature alpha male, Blake, that becomes the usual possessive self. He wants all of Kensey when she’s the one that is hesitant to open herself up to him. And talk about mystery and side plots and twists that you do not see coming, Suzanne throws a lot into this story but she writes so well that I felt it worked perfectly.

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    The hottest of the hot! Examples: BDSM, kink, dub-con
    Super hot; for adults only. Most modern romance falls in this heat level.
    A little bit of heat and not overly descriptive; usually fade-to-black.
    Light romance and fade-to-black. Example: Young Adult

    Publisher Synopsis

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    Kensey Lyons has never had ‘normal’. Instead, she has a mother who lives in her head, a stepfather who’s on death row, and the stigma that comes with being the child of an extramarital affair. Writing has always been her escape. Knowing the reception her books receive will be tainted by her personal life, Kensey secretly writes under a penname when she’s not working part-time at her godmother’s bar. Her world might not be exciting, but she likes it exactly as it is.

    When she meets alarmingly compelling businessman Blake Mercier, the snap of attraction is instant. She doesn’t like it. Doesn’t want to be drawn to this man who is blatantly dangerous, carries dark secrets, and lives life by his own rules. Neither of them make a great first impression on the other, so she’s more than surprised when he begins to pursue her with a single-minded focus that is unsettling, thrilling, and infuriating. Her gut tells her to keep her distance, but Blake won’t let her run. Won’t give her space.

    There’s another person who won’t give her space. Someone who has discovered the secret of her penname and who seems intent on taunting her. And as Kensey struggles to identify her persecutor, Blake is by her side, determined to keep her safe … because Blake Mercier always holds tight to what’s his. Always.

    ASIN: B07957WR6G
    ISBN: 1976979919

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    "I don't move at society's pace. I move at mine." "And what about my pace?" "You move too slow. Mostly because you spend too much time overthinking stuff."
    "One day..." He paused to blow on my nipple, making it tighten painfully. "I'm going to put a baby in you."
    "If you could feel how hot your pussy is right now . . . It's getting tighter and tighter by the second. So close to coming, aren't you?"

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    Shiver by Suzanne Wright

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    OUT OF 5 STARS

    My first foray into the Romance genre came my freshman year in high school English, where the teacher had us all read books from several different genres. So, my first book boyfriend and PnR introduction, if you will, was Richard Merlin, from The Wizard of Seattle. Prior to that, I’d only read Fantasy or Sci-fi, with a little teen horror thrown in for angst. I was reading The Vampire Diaries decades before it was even a twinkle in the eyes of the producers. Now, I am addicted to PnR, always reading at least one book a week about vamps, wolves, angels, demons, Fae, or overall magic.

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