Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Ravenous by @RG_Alexander #REVIEW #CONTEST #ULTIMATEINDULGENCE

Ravenous, R.G. Alexander
Finn Factor #4
Is it wrong to be this Ravenous?

When Jennifer Finn was good, she was very very good, and when she was bad…she got arrested for assault and indecent exposure. Now Jen’s back in school and determined to find her balance. But one man seems just as determined to destroy her equilibrium, and he knows all the right buttons to push.

What began as a favor for an old friend became something more the instant Trick Dunham laid eyes on Jen. Now he can’t resist inserting himself into her life, despite warnings from her family. Little Finn might be struggling to find her path but Trick knows exactly where she belongs. What she needs. He just has to get her and their third to agree.

Professor Declan Kelley has a weakness for his old lover, Trick. The bad boy ex-con has become a wickedly sensual man who comes whenever he pleases, but never stays. When he shows up again it’s to offer Declan one of his darkest desires to date—Jennifer Finn and Trick together on a three-way platter. But that would threaten the safe, uncomplicated life he’s built for himself, and Declan’s not doing that for anything.

Unless it’s forever…



REVIEW:
The fourth book in the Finn Factor series brings us Jennifer "Little Finn" and her two hunka, hunka men!

I am such a fan of this series for many reason, one of which is the solid characters that the author brings to the pages. Jennifer could have so easily been turned into one of those female characters that becomes a doormat for the men in her life, but that doesn't happen. She is a strong woman who owns her sexuality and isn't afraid to ask for what she wants.

Now lets talk about the two men in Little Finn's life: Trick and Declan. The bad boy and the professor.

Trick is a man who is not going to be denied. He wants both Jennifer and Declan in his life, and he is not above a little sexual torment to get them both right where he wants them. Sweaty and naked.

Declan tries so hard to resist temptation. But when he lets go and takes what he wants, Jen and Trick better hold on for the ride.

Another reason this series is a must buy for me is the family dynamic. The way that Jennifer's siblings and cousins acted and reacted was so real and funny you couldn't help but forgive them. And while there are some shocking revelations in this installment, the family unit is stronger then ever.

If you like your family drama high and your sex scorching hot, please pick up the entire Finn Factor series.

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AUTHOR BIO:
R.G. Alexander (aka Rachel Grace) is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author who has written over 37 erotic paranormal, contemporary, sci-fi/fantasy books for multiple epublishers and Berkley Heat.
She is a founding member of The Smutketeers, an author formed group blog dedicated to promoting fantastic writers, readers and a positive view of female sexuality.
She has lived all over the United States, studied archaeology and mythology, been a nurse, a vocalist, and now a writer who feels lucky everyday that she gets to share her stories with her readers. She loves talking to them on twitter and FB. She is happily married to a man known affectionately as The Cookie-her best friend, research assistant, and the love of her life. Together they battle to tame the wild Rouxgaroux that has taken over their home.

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author
R.G. Alexander






RATING: 5 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries. This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.

 
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