Format: Mobie (Kindle)
Genre: Contemporary New Adult Romance
Heat Level: Strong Sexual Content
What started off as a erotic week in #1 Crush turns into a full fledged antsy relationship between Nicole and Gabriel. They go from we are just going to be friends with benefits to we so confused, lols. Ugh, I wanted to strangle both of them.
I can’t say who frustrated me the most because they both did. Nicole running from herself and scared of having a relationship with anyone and Gabriel trying his hardest not to be the failure his father keeps predicting he will be. They couldn’t figure it out or get it together, sleeping with one another but still running from what was so obviously right in there in front of them. And they had no problem saying that they loved each other, they were just….just the most. They were frustrated and so was I, lols.
Closer and Mind Over Matter are truly two books where you see these two grow, annoying as they were...there was growth.
Kaia Bennett definitely gives you a story of two people coming into their own. Growing up is hard and if you are not sure what you want, it can be a slippery slope. Nicole and Gabriel are slipping and sliding all over the place. They do finally get it together and all I could say was “Gotdambit, finally!” I read both books on my way down to visit my niece in Maryland and was cussing the whole way...my mother and sister kept peeking at me the whole way, lols. Great job Ms. Bennett ;)
I say give it a go.
Kaia Bennett is a native of New Jersey, a college graduate and U.S. Army veteran who loves music, movies, astrology, tattoos, martial arts, animals and, of course, the written word. She heard the siren call of the writer as a teenage girl, but took her sweet time answering it until she had lived and loved enough to share her work with the masses.
She is an erotic author who loves to write stories with diversity, depth, realism and viscerally hot encounters that flirt shamelessly with the taboo. A lover of all genres and a voracious reader, she aims to write stories that are transformative for her characters and readers alike.
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