Amanda’s Review – OFF LIMITS by Emma Jay

Posted February 5, 2012 by DiDi in Amanda, Erotic, Reviews, week of Feb 5 / 10 Comments

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Publisher’s Summary:
Don’t look. Don’t touch. Definitely don’t want. There’s no boundary Zach Purser won’t push. Three-ways, four-ways, sex clubs, he’s tried it all. It’s all about the freedom, but lately he’s had the nagging feeling that something is missing. At a friend’s engagement party, he spots the missing piece all tied up one hot little package of a woman. Trouble is, she’s his best friend Adam’s baby sister. Adam knows all of Zach’s dirty secrets. Which means if he even thinks about touching her, he’s dead. Paige Clark has crushed on Zach since she grew breasts, but he’s never so much as glanced her way. Until now. She knows desire when she sees it, and Zach’s eyes burn with that unmistakable heat. Finally, she’s got his attention—now if only she can get him to act on it. Zach tries his best to push her away, but she doesn’t push back, she pulls—tumbling them both over the edge of resistance and right into bed. Panic isn’t far behind. Now he’s stuck between a big brother who’d like to bust his nose, and a woman who’s gotten under his skin. And of all the things he’s tried, romance isn’t one of them… A bad boy who can’t follow rules, a woman determined to lead him astray, a big brother with a hell of a right cross, and a smoking-hot sex-club seduction.

Amanda’s Review:
This is a story about a girl who goes after a man she’s wanted for some time and turns his safe world off-kilter. Off Limits by Emma Jay has Paige Clarke pursuing her brother Adam’s best friend, Zac, which Adam has made it clear to him that he doesn’t want him going after her. Zac and Paige meet up again after years apart at her brother’s Matt’s engagement party where he sees a sexy young girl dancing to the music and finds her very enticing. Little did he know that it was Paige and he knew that Adam wouldn’t want him messing with his baby sister. She gets him to dance and his body took him where it shouldn’t have and he ended up with a face full of fist from Adam’s right hook! Paige feels responsible for his bruised face and goes to see Zac the next day to point out to him that she wants him and she feels he wants her too. He denies this of course and then the games begin. She follows him to a sex club in order to get him to notice her and instead he escorts her out and right next door to a hotel for a hot night of sex. Needless to say but it was HOT! Ice cream probably will never taste the same for either one of them after their first time. The morning after didn’t go so well for Paige, and Zac felt that he had to make amends for his bad behavior. The next thing he knows he’s doing the pursuing and Paige is teaching him a thing or two. With each encounter Zac gets himself in a little bit deeper until he had to make a decision.

I like the fact that Paige took a physical attraction to Zac and wanted more from him than maybe both of them realized. They came to a crossroads in their time together and it had to be Zac who realized what he wanted in his life to make it more meaningful with Paige in it. It was a short sweet read but definitely flowed well and I would definitely want to read more by Ms. Jay.

Amanda gives OFF LIMITS (3.5)

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Posted February 5, 2012 by DiDi in Amanda, Erotic, Reviews, week of Feb 5 / 10 Comments

10 responses to “Amanda’s Review – OFF LIMITS by Emma Jay

  1. Thanks for the review. I find them very helpful when I get ready to start a new book. I have to choose them based on my available time during the week or I might find myself staying up way to late and dragging the next day. 🙂


  2. Amanda thanks for the great review. A lot of stories revolve around a little sister crushing on brother’s best friend; then when she grows up it sometimes goes both ways. Sounds like a book that does a good job withthe theme. It will be a TBR.

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