Saturday, 13 December 2014

Weakened by Juliet Braddock


Juliet pulled me into this story right from the word "go." She wove a tale that's both believable and inventive, leaving you in love and weak in the knees. There is so much passion in her words, and care taken with the characters and story descriptions. 

Through this novel we are rooting on Maxine and Drew, two well-suited characters learning to trust and have faith in other people after some difficult past events. Drew is everything a Dom should be, Maxine is just.. Maxine. I love her. We're also introduced to Ben, Maxine's best friend, and New York City, which truly is an identifiable character in this story, playing such a big part to how the story plays out. What I love most about this, is that it's not another "billionaire meets meek and mild mannered girl," it's a whole other scenario, on Broadway, treating us to an authentic and intricate part of New York City culture. 

I cannot say enough good things about this book. I am excited to read the second part entitled "Wrapped," which is expected to release in Spring 2015. If you love a good love story, and some serious steam in your sex scenes, I urge you to pick this up and read it.


(ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.)

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