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Pushing Her Boundaries (Siren Publishing Classic)

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  • Posted April 18, 2011

    Hot Read

    After a string of failed relationships, it's only natural that a girl go into "heart-protection" mode. Sometimes that might make her look like a cold-hearted witch, but what else can she do? It doesn't necessarily mean that she's not willing to have a good time with a man; just leave the emotions at the door. For Maggie this is exactly the case. She's intelligent, outgoing, and caring, but she's also way too responsible and doesn't let herself enjoy life like she should. After agreeing to join a canoeing trip she meets a man who just might be her undoing.

    Mace has never met a woman more annoying than Maggie or more perfect for him. He knows that she's been hurt in the past and he was able to size her up fairly quickly from the start. Only trouble is that Maggie thinks she's got him pegged as being just like every other man she's had an unfortunate experience with. He'll just have to show her otherwise and push her in ways that will force her to see him differently and the possibilities.

    The writing is witty and entertaining. Everything kicks off from the beginning, so diving right into the story is not an issue and the pacing is appropriate to a whirlwind of eroticism, romance, and disaster. Both Maggie and Mace rely on each other for different aspects of security, confidence, and skill during their doomed adventure. This story sort of chronicles how a horrible experience can bring two people together. I was a bit disappointed with the wrap-up of the ending. It came about too quickly and didn't provide answers to a small mystery involving secondary characters. However, this story is a fun and amusing read with an undercurrent of emotional depth that readers will appreciate.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 4, 2011

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    TBR Reviewer: Harley

    WOWZA is all I have to say for Julia Rachel Barrett's novel, Pushing her Boundaries. As soon as I got the E-copy I devoured the hottest and most seductive pieces I have read in a while. Literally reading this book within less than twenty-four hours, I instantly fell in love with the characters. Maggie a hospice nurse who is so very strong willed and very responsible, gives off the impression of yet another female who is too alpha for her own good, in actuality her "alphaness" as a female was phenomenal.

    Mace, aka Mr. hot and arrogant, was just that. VERY hot and VERY arrogant. The type of "alpha" every female in this free world is drawn to. Knowing that he is more than capable of handling any type of female and any type of situation with the utmost confidence is a quality that you can't help but trip over your own tongue as you drool over him. Flying on the same plane as Maggie to meet his brother's fiancé, he knew from the get go that Maggie was headed to the same destination as him. Being sly, and again, arrogant he kept that little tid-bit to himself.

    The sex/lovemaking in this book was off the charts. Again every woman's fantasy. I am soooo not going to divulge the details on those scenes. You definitely need to purchase your copy of Julia's book in order to find out just how sexy Mace and Maggie can be. I swear I thought my Kindle was going to melt.

    Sidenote: This is our first 5/5 star review!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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