Thursday, January 2, 2020

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Destined for Love by Mary Abshire

Destined for Love
by Mary Abshire 

Three wishes. Two men. One woman and a very happy ending.

Valerie is a confident, independent, and cheerful woman with a boyfriend, a great job, and a cozy home. In one day, her life falls into the dumpster. To unwind, she takes a stroll on the beach. She locates a strange looking bottle and removes the cork. When two gorgeous men appear, she thinks she's died and gone to Heaven.

Cursed to a bottle, Mark and James roam the earth until someone in desperate need of their help releases them. The handsome duo offer Valerie three wishes, but warn her they come with great responsibility. While she ponders over her choices the two hot genies show her love and passion beyond her wildest dreams. She falls in love with them. But do they share the same feelings for her?

Confused, in love, and still needing to put her life back on track, Valerie must decide how to use her remaining wish after she mistakenly uses two. Should she spend the last wish to help herself, or free her two insatiable lovers?

Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐

So, we all know that an erotic romance is erotic, like Steamy with a capital S, but there's something else I require. It is a story after all, and the genre is erotic romance, so maybe there're two things I require - some actual story and some romance. This one has both covered while still being steamy enough to peel the paint from the walls. The characters are interesting and fun, and the story is equally so. And yes, there is romance between Valerie and her guys, and it's absolutely adorable. Destined to Love is a little bit of a different take on genies and wishes while still remaining true to the lore. And the type of bottle Valerie finds is the perfect touch for this story and its characters. Mark and James are a little too good to be true, but that works perfectly for the storyline. Did I mention this erotic romance does have a storyline? Yes, I'm a little excited about that. Mary Abshire has become a favorite for me, and one thing has remained true from my first book by her to this one - whether the book is supernatural, paranormal romance, clean, a little bit steamy, or scorching hot, they all keep me turning the pages, and I've thoroughly enjoyed every single one, this one included. 

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