Suzy Bean is a woman who lives in the moment and loves her overabundant curves. The man she secretly loves, JC Mosino, is the only one who can make her untamed sexual fantasies a reality. After having way too much fun during a party, JC drives her home where their passions ignite. Suzy believes this is night she and JC will go from being friends to lovers.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
KT Grant is a self-proclaimed eccentric redhead who not only loves to read a wide variety of romances, but also loves writing them. Under her alter-ego, she is a well known book reviewer and blogger who doesn't shy away from voicing her opinion. A proud native of New Jersey, KT also works in Manhattan as a freelancer in the television and video industry. KT has been quoted in such publications as the Romance Writers Associations' Romance Writers Report. She has also been mentioned in the Guardian, UK, Publisher's Weekly's Beyond the Book, and at Bookseller.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Posted on Romancing the Book blog Reviewed By~Candice Review Copy Provided By~Publisher While I wanted to like this one as much as some of KT Grant’s work, but there was just so many things going on at once with this story that it felt like the story got lost in it all. From the beginning, it picks up with Suzy and JC getting together, and while the sex was real in a way Suzy’s reactions went from Cold to Hot and back again in no time at all. One paragraph she was shy and demure and the next she was chopping at the bit to get to the really good stuff. That along with her constant mood swings throughout the book mad liking her as a character really hard. Add into that the confusion of JC and Xavier, which man to choose, and the odd way each man went about trying to get the girl just made the entire story so hard to get into that I found myself only finishing the book just to see if it got better at the end. While KT Grant did bring back in the characters from “For The Love of Mollie” I found that even they were flat in this book. When I fell in love with Mollie’s book I assumed that it would be the same for this one, and yet I just felt this story wasn’t a good as it could have been. I did give it a 2 because there were good things about this book but no enough to make the book worth a reread.