Saturday, July 20, 2013

A #REVIEW of Jet

Jet (Marked Men #2) by Jay Crownover is another story of Opposites Attract.

With his tight leather pants and a sharp edge that makes him dangerous, Jet Keller is every girl’s rock and roll fantasy. But Ayden Cross is done walking on the wild side with bad boys. She doesn’t want to give in to the heat she sees in Jet’s dark, haunted eyes. She’s afraid of getting burned from the sparks of their spontaneous combustion, even as his touch sets her on fire.

Jet can’t resist the Southern Belle with mile-long legs in cowboy boots who defies his every expectation. Yet the closer he feels to Ayden, the less he seems to know her. While he’s tempted to get under her skin and undo her in every way, he knows firsthand what happens to two people with very different ideas about relationships.

Will the blaze burn into an enduring love. . . or will it consume their dreams and turn them to ashes?

This book is more than a story of a pierced, tattooed and gorgeous rocker falling in love with a sweet country girl. Ayden is a well-rounded heroine with depth. She's flawed, independent and determined to protect the people she loves. Jet *sigh* is a hot, hot, hot hero. He's a talented musician, self-sufficient and misunderstood. His broody and sensitive side make me want to hug him and, like Ayden, he's flawed and he's been hurt. He also gives up a lot to protect the people he loves.

It's when they both decide they're worth putting first that their love can explode. And speaking of explosions, the sex scenes are steamy. You have to read this book (hell, the whole series) if you like rockers, tattoos, piercings, new adult romance or any combination of the above.

5 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries

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