Review - Wanting More by Elle Keating
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What an emotional journey but a lovely journey to go on. I didn't realise it was part of a series, and thought at first I'd be confused. But, it may lead to a better understanding, but not necessarily a must to read the previous books. I loved the character development in this book and for all the drama was a little predictable it definitely made for a good read.
Read this book in one night and enjoyed it very much! The cover is sexy and drew me in. Carina and Josh are amazing and really take you on an adventure! Third person reads always take me a minute to adjust to but I was, surprisingly, okay with it. It worked for this story. If you’re looking for a great, easy read, this is it! Enjoy!!
Third person isn't usually something I like in a book, usually takes me a bit to get into the writing style. But I was hooked from page one with this book. It was a great adventurous read and I really enjoyed Carina and Josh's story!
Carina McGinnis knows Josh Graham is trouble. Being attracted to a man who most likely has a turnstile at the entrance of his bedroom can only end in heartache, something Carina never wants to experience again. If she doesn't want a repeat of what happened last summer, it's best Carina keep what's left of her heart safely out of Josh’s reach. Josh Graham doesn’t do sweet. He goes for one kind of woman. The kind who never ask for more than he can give. Sex without strings, feelings and emotional baggage is safe. But from the moment Josh meets Carina his number one rule is quickly forgotten, forcing him to face his past and take a leap of faith for that one woman who will always want more.
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About The Author
Elle Keating is the author of the Dangerous Love series (Thrill of the Chase and Cut to the Chase). Her new book, Keeping His Commandments, will be available one June 6, 2017. Elle never dreamed of being a writer. Back when she worked as a Catholic school principal, writing stories that would cause her mother to blush profusely and place her hand over her heart was the furthest thing from her mind. Today, Elle is a public school administrator by day and author by night and weekends. As a writer, she enjoys being a sadist, inflicting the Black Moment on her reader and painting the picture that all hope is lost for her protagonist. But as an avid reader of dark and often gritty romance, she is most definitely a masochist, loving the pain and heartbreak the heroine or hero feels at that pivotal moment. She lives in NJ with her husband and three children.