Monday, December 1

Review: Faling for the Enemy by Samanthe Beck

Title: Falling for the Enemy
By: Samanthe Beck
Series: Private Pleasures #3
My Copy: Ebook from Publisher
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Salon owner Virginia Boca has declared herself least until she wins the election for mayor of Bluelick, Kentucky. No hot men. No sex. And her plan to play the good girl might have worked—if the mysterious, hard-bodied stranger she’s seen around town hadn't pulled her from the street and saved her life. The least Ginny can do is offer her savior a free haircut. But when an innocent haircut turns into hours of wickedly hot sex, former Navy SEAL Shaun Buchanan knows his plan to keep a low profile is shot. Especially once Ginny finds out he’s the current mayor's son. With her reputation and the election on the line, Ginny seems determined to keep their nightly sexcapades a secret, but Shaun’s not willing to stay in the shadows forever…

We finally get to meet Wolverine, the mysterious, sexy stranger that save Ginny from an oncoming car in Light Her Fire, and let me just say that he was worth the wait.  I didn’t think that anyone could be sexier than Josh from the last book but Shaun achieved that goal *Cough – Navy SEAL.*

It’s truth time: In the second book, I didn’t really connect with Ginny.  I thought she was a bit character and I couldn’t really see her running for mayor and taking it seriously but Beck wrote her beautifully and defined her as a character in this third book.  This made me really like her and want her to win the election because she was the best candidate – and, the town needed a better person in general.  However, we find out that this steamy relationship that Ginny has started with Shaun is doomed because he is the current mayor’s son.  *Oops*

I can honestly say that Shaun and Ginny were amazing together.  Every scene was hot and their relationship showed that they genuinely cared for each other from the start.  Shaun became very protective of Ginny and Ginny wanted to help Shaun with his flashbacks from war. 

But this book isn’t all about love; it has some action in it that will keep you interested until the very last page. 

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