ARC Review – Taking Her There by Olivia Brynn

Posted August 13, 2013 by DiDi in Mainstream, Reviews, Rhayne / 0 Comments

This book is a spicy, sexy story you can get through on a lunch hour or a few hours at the pool. It’s full of pushy reporters, witty sarcasm, hot sex, ex-lovers, and a beautiful romance full of passion and desire. ~ Rhayne, Guilty Pleasures

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“The spotlight she craves could burn him alive ”

When Angeline Rowe emerges from six months in court-ordered detox, she isn t surprised the paparazzi are waiting for her. But when she ducks into her car, eager to return to the comforts of home, she is surprised to see the familiar face of her driver.

Now that she s sober, it s nice to discover that he s easy to talk to. In fact, he s quite a flirt.

Starving artist Andre Salidas had to be begged to come back to work for Hurricane Angeline . Yet the snobby actress who fired him in a drunken rage is not the same one sitting in his car now. She s fragile, vulnerable intriguing.

Once back home, a little push and pull, back and forth pushes their flirtation to the next level. A few orgasms later, Andre has found his muse until a cold blast from her past threatens to blow out the fire they ve ignited.

Warning: Contains a mercurial actress and an artist who needs a little heat to get his creative juices flowing. Drop cloths recommended.

Review copy provided for an honest review

reviewedbyRhayne

Taking Her There is a story about recovery. It delivers a sincere portrayal into the life of a celebrity after they hit rock bottom in a pretty public way and have to learn what it takes to find redemption.

After Angeline is released from a mandated six month stay in a rehab facility she has to take an honest look at herself and figure out what direction she goes from here. She never thought her chauffeur, Andre would have any place in life her outside her car, but she finds herself wanting him in her bed as well.

Andre has been Angeline’s driver for nine months and he has seen everything imaginable in the back of the limo. However, he is one of the few that really gets to see the real Angeline. He sees her bitchy façade as a way to hide the lonely woman she really is. He allows her to relax and give up all control when they are together. It’s a very different and very refreshing feeling for her.

This is a very short story. Read it for exactly what it is. Don’t expect a lot of depth and character development. It’s not meant to be that type of story. This book is a spicy, sexy story you can get through on a lunch hour or a few hours at the pool. It’s full of pushy reporters, witty sarcasm, hot sex, ex-lovers, and a beautiful romance full of passion and desire.

3.75

3.75 Stars

Posted August 13, 2013 by DiDi in Mainstream, Reviews, Rhayne / 0 Comments


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