Thursday, July 11, 2013

Review ~ Ask For It by Selena Blake

Trevor Wyatt has lusted for journalist JJ Fairchild since before he retired from the NFL. Now she's back in his life and he's not going to miss the opportunity to show her just how good they could be together.

Words may be JJ's tool of trade, but when it comes to the bedroom, words escape her. Trevor's an excellent teacher and before she knows it, she's asking for what she wants.

But when outside forces threaten to expose dark secrets from Trevor's past, can he overcome his suspicions and trust the woman in his bed?
Just two little words, “Ask Trevor,” set the tone for this story. Sports journalist, Julia Fairchild, had interviewed Trevor Wyatt many times. Their relationship consisted of professional interviews with flirtatious undertones; he had even asked her out a couple of times. That was a year ago before he left the NFL and disappeared from the spotlight. The last person Julia expects to run into when her boss sends her to New York is Trevor. The chemistry is still there and they quickly find themselves making-out in the back room of a shoe store. Julia quickly realizes that Trevor is even sexier than her fantasies of him portrayed. His ability to seduce with a single sentence is defiantly swoon-worthy.

“Did you want something, sweetheart? All you have to do is ask.”

The main reason that this did not receive a higher rating is that I never felt comfortable in the story. I felt that the pace was unsteady. The storyline jumps around, leaving scene seem unfinished. However, the author’s character development was flawless. Trevor Wyatt is a well-balanced character. While his tendency to get jealous is at times ridiculous; it is offset perfectly by his ability to hone in on Julia’s every emotion. Julia is a crazy workaholic that I think anyone can relate to. My favorite thing about this story is the astounding job the author did of giving Julia a support system. I really enjoyed the Thursday night gatherings. Her girlfriends Cindy, Gretchen, and Baby, were good for some humorous entertainment – I also see some future stories featuring this unique group of friends.
Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge by The Romance Reviews for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.
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