My rating: ★★★+0.5Genre: Adult, romance; erotica
Series: Timber Towers #1
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Blurb from Goodreads:
Derek Block seeks revenge. Frankie Jordan seeks professional dominance. He wants her, she wants him. Lines that can't cross begin to blur. Things start heating up as real estate gets real…
I don't really have that much to say about this so excuse me if this review is too short.
This is the first part of a five-parts book so this was mainly introduction to the characters and story etc etc. But it was a good beginning. Meaning that had this been a the beginning of a full book I would've been eager to continue. Of course I am eager to continue, but I'm a tad annoyed about it being split up.
When we first were introduced to Frankie Jordan I was impressed. She's a really awesome character; she's independent and trusts that what she does is good which screams self-confidence (this is a good thing).
Although this is a small part of the full book it was incredibly well written. The writing was incredibly descriptive and "painting". We got a good look at how the characters are and what they look like - we all have different prospects of this but you know what I mean.
Negative thing, Frankie's ex was an asshole. I got a bit of an abuser feeling from him so he's not on my thumbs-up list right now.
Another negative thing. The cover. I don't know how many times I've complained about the incredibly ridiculous erotica cover. But oh well, I like the books and that's what matters.
The reason I'm only giving three and a half stars to this is because it was just the beginning. If Marni Mann continues like this I'll probably give the second part four stars. And then when all the parts are written and published she book will hopefully be around 500 pages and will probably be butterflying fantabulous (that is a real word, yes).
Thank you so much for reading, I'll talk to you next time. BYEEE