Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Review: Blown by Braxton Cole


Book Title:  Blow
Author: Braxton Cole
Genre: Erotic Romance

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Blown is a novella length erotic romance.

Veronica “Roni” Guard is an undercover cop trying to bust a drug ring. Unfortunately, she runs into her ex-boyfriend, Mateo Vargas, at an illegal street race in the California desert. He just happens to be a pretty big criminal himself. That’s why they split originally. No matter how much chemistry they have between them, a cop and a gangster are not a good match. Roni Convinces Mateo to help her with her case, his reluctance derailed by the one thing that always worked between them–sex. Yes, he’ll help her. But on one condition. In his world, she belongs to him, and him only.

Will Mateo’s possessiveness unravel Roni’s case? Or, worse, blow her cover? And if they get out of this alive, is there a future for them together?





 
This was my intro to Braxton Cole and let me tell you I'm hooked. If you haven't read any of her books this quick novella is a great place to start. 

Mateo and Roni's relationship is seemingly doomed from the beginning. A chance encounter has them entangled in a steamy affair until they discover that they are on opposite sides of the law. 

While undercover, Roni once again encounters the irresistible Mateo...and holy shit is he absolutely and deliciously irresistible! These two are incredibly hot and sexy together. 

Mateo's alpha male tendencies kick in and he steps into Roni's investigation in an attempt to not only keep her close but keep her safe. 

Don't let that fool you though. Roni is no shrinking violet. She's strong, sensual and kick ass. She holds her own with Mateo even when a simple smile from him can turn her to jelly. 

I absolutely rooted for these two. Blown easily could have been a full length novel I'd have lost myself in. I was left wanting more and still satisfied in the end. Make sure to grab your copy!




Braxton Cole lives in the Pacific Northwest where she spends most of her time holed up in her office writing stories. When she's not writing, she can be found riding her bike, hiking the fabulous local trails, chasing her kids, or wishing that her thumb was a little more green. She has a bad habit of killing what she tries to grow, but hasn't given up hopes of one day being a successful urban farmer.
Braxton writes erotic romance because romance is the stuff that makes life great, and sex is fun. The two belong together, both in life and in fiction.


Twitter: @braxcole



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