Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Review ~ Razed (Barnes Brothers, #2) by Shiloh Walker

Tattoo artist Keelie Jessup can handle that someone else has claimed the man of her dreams. She’s just not pleased with her remaining options…

Keelie doesn’t believe in the “perfect man.” But the men who are worth the trouble are usually taken—like her business partner Zach Barnes. After a string of bad luck and the lost chance with Zach, Keelie decides that maybe flying solo—and living with suppressed desires—is the key to happiness.

As a photographer, Zane Barnes has an eye for the human form, and his eyes can’t get enough of Keelie’s curves. Unfortunately, Keelie is like most women—always fawning over his little brother, Zach. Zane is about ready to give up, but then a few stolen moments at his brother's wedding have him thinking maybe there's a chance there after all. Now he just has to prove that the perfect man does exist...for her.
Keelie Jessup first appeared as the 'villain' in the series opener, Wrecked. Lucky for us readers Keelie failed in her attempt to breakup Abigale Applegate and Zach Barnes.

Zane, the eldest Barnes brother, is an oddity - in the of best ways. His determination to love Keelie is apparent in every word written about him. I love that his is clumsy, yet confident. And those sexy glasses...Yum!

Their scenes are written with precision - generating heat and passion!!!
"Locked together with him, her breathe caught, hitched -- and the bliss exploded through her, flooding her every pore, overtaking her entire being."
Long-time fan of this author, I love that she ventures into any/all genres. Her ability to take ordinary individuals and make them into extraordinary couples - never disappoints.

I will say the Zach and Zane names drove me crazy; the names were to similar - keeping them straight was impossible. I had to really concentrate on which was in the current scene.

Disclosure: This book was provided to me free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.


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