Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Until You by Denise Grover Swank

Title: Until You
Author: Denise Grover Swank
My Rating: A

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Bachelor Brotherhood #2
Main Characters: Lanie and Tyler
Release Date: May 2017
Publisher: Forever
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Sexual Intensity: spicy


Story Overview:
Never settle down. Ever.Workaholic Lanie Rogers lives a completely nomadic lifestyle. Her job keeps her on the move, and relationships are a complication she doesn't need. That is, until she meets Mr. Tall, Dark, and Hotness at a pre-wedding party. Complicated? Maybe. But lately, Lanie's life has been missing a little something---and sexy playboy Tyler Norris offers something she definitely can't refuse.

Tyler has always been a little too popular with women for his own good. Ever since he and his buddies vowed to remain bachelors, Tyler figured he was safe from temptation. Lanie and her gorgeous brown eyes are about to prove him so, so wrong. With one kiss, the heat is intense. After one night, it's pure combustion. It was supposed to be a no-strings fling---until these two commitment-phobes each discover the one undeniable exception to their rule.
My Review:
I really enjoyed the setup of this book. Lanie and Tyler are both part of a wedding party and have instant chemistry. She's only living in town temporarily (a month). They fight it at first because neither one wants to complicate their lives and they aren't looking for a relationship (either one of them), but the draw becomes too tempting, so they decide to ride the sexual tension until they get tired of the super hot sex. You can see exactly where this book is going...

Seriously, while the twists and turns with the plot in this one were crazy (see, what happens when you keep secrets...darn NDA's), I really enjoyed reading this book. Denise Grover Swank has an easy to read style that most definitely keeps the reader engaged. I enjoyed both characters and LOVED the side-plot with Tyler's little brother, Eric. 

The story was good, the twists were fun, the whole premise was slightly unbelievable, but I'm good with putting a little bit of reality to the side to be able to wholly immerse myself into a book that I found thoroughly entertaining. I liked it. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.

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