Saturday, 22 June 2013
*** REVIEW *** Text me, Tweet me, Need me by Susie Medwell
Texting and tweeting can lead to trouble when the truth gets out…
Dating your boss is bad. Finding out he’s married with a baby on the way is a whole lot worse, but losing your job when you show him the door really sucks. And when he knows all your family secrets, there’s bound to be trouble. But the job Samantha’s got lined up can put her life back on track. One last date for research purposes before she can finish her article on online dating–then she’s a man-free zone, and it’s serious journalism all the way.
Ben has only one thing on his mind: to keep the promise he made to look after Sam. All he has to do is work out how he can support a girl who distrusts men, hates charity, and definitely doesn’t want rescuing. He thinks he’s come up with the perfect solution, until he realizes it’s his heart, not his money he needs to invest.
But can Sam see past the lies and learn to trust a man again? And more importantly…will Ben still want her when he learns about her past?
CONTENT WARNING: Contains hot texts, sexy showers, a girl who can pack a punch, and lasagne.
A Lyrical Press Contemporary Romance
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest reviw :D
I really enjoyed this book.A great short read, the first of Susie Medwell's I've read.
I liked Ben in this, but I always knew from the start he was hiding something. I don't know why,b ut I was reminded of Mr Grey while reading this (sorry Susie, no offence meant lol! I liked FSOG!!). And Sam was a great character too. The part with Andy was great (you'll know what I mean when you read it), and as always the sex scenes were great! Not a massive amount of sex in this one, not as much as the books I usually read, but it didn't take anything away from the story at all, infact it was nice to read a story with a little good sex, and some good background story. It does keep you wondering on certain topics, like Sams step-brother, which added intrigue.
I really did enjoy this book, and would be glad to read more of Ms Medwells work :D