Monday, January 14, 2013

Release Me by J. Kenner

After a troubled upbringing, college graduate Nikki Fairchild is thrilled to be starting her adult life in California trying to make her computer tech business dreams come true.  She wasn't looking for love, especially with the scars of a broken heart and more still on her mind.  However, when she crosses paths with billionaire businessman Damien Stark at an industry event, she is instantly smitten.  He is just as smitten, if not more so with her. The two soon embark on a tumultuous, hot, and very steamy relationship that quickly turns from lust to much more.  However, both Nikki and Damien are full of secrets and personal struggles. In order for their relationship to survive, they'll need to work through them together but can the dark and distant businessman and the heartbroken feisty, fledging business woman let down their guards and make it work?  You'll have to pick up the book to find out.

I promise, if you pick up this book you won't be sorry.  At first glance it may be easy to compare it to "Fifty Shades," but don't because this book is so much more than that.  Yes, this book has lots of hot sex and wonderfully written sexy scenes that are best read alone in the comfort of your bedroom than in your doctor's waiting room.  However, Nikki is no virginal wallflower.  She challenges Damien head-on as he does her.  The character development is terrific. Both Nikki and Damien's emotional problems are explored with sincerity.  I can't wait to read more about them and their relationship in subsequent installments.  "Release Me," is the first novel in J. Kenner's "Stark Trilogy."  "Claim Me," will be released in July and "Complete Me," will close out the series in December.  July and December can't come soon enough for me.  Check it out and I'm sure you'll agree.  Once you've read it, I'd love to see your comments below.  Let's discuss! 

For more on "Release Me," or J. Kenner, please visit the author's website.

"Release Me," is an adult erotic romance recommended for adults only.   As always, I received no financial compensation for this review.  I was provided a review copy from NetGalley in cooperation with the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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