Sunday, January 5, 2014

Review ~ Taking Chances by S.J. Maylee

Lydia’s father walked away from her when she was eight. She’s struggled to not let him affect her, but fears she wasn’t lovable enough to make him stay. Jake wants to love one woman, but after scaring the last woman he met outside of the club, he doubts he has the right. She protects her heart by sticking with her fantasies, and he lives by a set of rules that excludes women who choose a vanilla lifestyle.

The two will be kept in a conference room working together until their special project is complete. If Lydia and Jake hold tight to their bland lives, they’ll always yearn for love that is out of reach. But together they can find common ground, passion, and a reason to take chances. Once they discover the grand possibilities of the love they desire, they find themselves in the very place they tried never to be again, facing unguaranteed love.

Lydia and Jake's story? What can I say?! The way Ms. Maylee entwines the reader into their lives and story was sheer joy! Hard to believe this is a debut book and author.

Normally I don't read and review higher than sensual reads but something about this book spoke to me and I am so glad to have read it. If you're looking for a quick read, I highly recommend Taking Chances. I look forward to more books from Ms. Maylee.

I don't want to give away what happens but... be prepared for some 'cold shower' references when done reading.

My favorite line "When he moved away she whimpered at the loss of his warmth, but he slithered down the bed, and it became clear he was not leaving the bed or her body." What woman doesn't want that!

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