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We were asked to read and review Sticky by Nina Lane and of course we said HELL YES!
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Reviewed by Gitte & Jenny
✯✯✯✯ Sticky Stars
‘Agony. Terror. Rage. Shame. Destruction. Ice.’
It’s been too long since we’ve had a Nina Lane book in our hands so we started this one with excited anticipation. As always her writing is flawless and she nails the emotion and passionate tension. It was raw, rough and ugly. It was dirty, sexy and addictive.
‘This wild, untamed connection between us had nothing to do with love and everything to do with surrendering to our forbidden attraction and giving free rein to the lust…’
It was a romance and a second chance at that heart palpitating love. We were championing this wild force of nature attraction that turned into so much more.
Our heroine is forty – YES! There’s just not enough heroines of this age and for the object of lustful intentions to be 32 just sealed the deal for us. Ages played no part of this story and we believed in the attraction and the romance. After all age is just a number right?
“I can only see you.”
Maddie; the epitome of perfect wife and mother. Being there for everyone else forgoing her own dreams and aspirations, asking for little in return. Being dismissed and so poised and collected does not a dreamy, sexy happy life make. Not when examined closely as we got to do. This woman is begging to be set free.
‘Why was I only myself when I was with him? How did he know? Why was he the one who had unlocked all the secret parts of my soul that I hadn’t even known existed? And why now….’
Ben, delicious domineering and sexy Ben. He came into her life in the nick of time but this story is not what it first seems and predictability does not factor at all. We were horrified as we devoured this story rooting for a conclusion that would ease our broken hearts and satisfy our racing pulses. Did we get it? You’ll have to read and see….Go, go enjoy!
‘Every part of me ached for him. My beautiful ocean boy.’
**Reviewed from an ARC copy provided by the author with thanks **
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