✱✱Book Review✱✱ Blog Tour: Buck Up, Buttercup by Anna Alkire

Buck Up, Buttercup Anna Alkire Publication date: June 30th 2022 Genres: Comedy, Contemporary, New Adult, Romance All’s fair in love ...

Sunday, November 29, 2020

✱✱Audio Book Review✱✱ Reveal Me by Jennifer Probst

Reveal Me
The Steele Brothers Series, Book 5
By: Jennifer Probst
Narrated by: Matthew Williamson

One masquerade ball.One chance to reveal all secret desires. One fiery encounter. One shot at love. Are you ready to reveal all?

A man who knows what he wants...

Leonardo Sinclair never expected to fall for the fierce yet vulnerable woman he meets at his friend’s masquerade party, or for her to disappear without a trace.

When his cousins sign him up with the mysterious Fanta-C agency, he finds her back in his bed. 

This time, Leo’s not about to let her go. But can he convince her she’s safe to reveal every hidden part of her soul before she walks out of his life again for good?

A woman ready to explore her desires...

Scarlett Rose has always been tempted to explore her wilder side, but for years, she’d been humiliated and emotionally abused by her ex. Now that he’s gone, she’s finally ready to embrace her true self.

Safely hidden behind a mask, she attends a ball held in the famous Blasphemy Club and meets the man who not only embraces her, but demands her complete surrender.

Once the mask is stripped away, will she be brave enough to reveal her entire self and take another risk on love? Or, will her past ruin the chance of a brand-new future? 

A special crossover release with Laura Kaye’s Theirs to Take, a new book in Blasphemy series. Two hot fantasies. One night at Blasphemy.

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Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Leo may not be a Steele Brother, but he is related and apparently, hotness is in the bloodline. He and Scarlett have great chemistry right from the start, and I love how Jennifer Probst gives us a kind of hybrid instalove with these books - it is instant, but it still takes them some time to get to that happy ever after conclusion. Like the rest of the series, Matthew Williamson lends his sexy voice to the book for a pairing that is pretty darn perfect in my opinion. This one is also a crossover with Laura Kaye, and after reading a bit about Blasphemy here, my interest is piqued. All in all, Jennifer Probst gives us another thoroughly entertaining, sexy romance in The Steele Brothers Series and Matthew Williamson breathes it to life with his oh, so hot narration. Plus, we get a peek at Laura Kaye's intriguing world as an added bonus.

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