Review: Seducing Abby Rhodes by J. D. Mason

Friday, July 21, 2017

Source: NetGalley | Format: Mobi | Published: July 18, 2017 | Series: (IDK) | Genre: Womens Fiction, African American Romance | J.D. Mason | Available: BN--Amazon--+Goodreads
Seducing Abby Rhodes returns us to Blink Texas where the two main characters have to deal with not only their own s**t but they have to deal with ghosts from the past.

Abby has bought a house in Blink and when she finds out that its haunted by the ghosts of its previous residence, she possibly having second thoughts. She attempts to seek help from her local spiritual guide but things get really interesting once Jordan Gateway walks his big ol handsome chocolate self up in her house and life.

Abby just wants to get this house together without any issues from her "guests" and Jordan Gateway is a distraction she doesn't need or does she? Jordan has his own problems and they just don't involve Abby's little house. He has a bit of a stalker which I definitely feel he could have nixed that mess if he had just handled it correctly but when do men ever handle things correctly when it comes to the women in their lives? *sucks teeth*.

Anyhoo's, I love that the author continuously adds different elements of genres (murder, paranormal and romance) to these stories. Abby Rhodes was a story with depth and relatable characters. There are a barrage of characters and the story is a bit murky at times but once you get yourself settled, the  plot is easy to follow.

You know what, I really like this series so far and I'm looking forward to see what else Ms. Mason and Blink Texas has to offer because man let me tell you, drama chile...drama!

*Thanks Netgalley & the Publisher for the opportunity to review.

Grown ass woman, Mother, reader, drinker of the red wines, not so serious makeup enthusiast and finally...a habitual procrastinator. I read just about everything but I really do love my romances. HEA’s are optional because hell sometimes, Prince Charming really is just a frog. Don’t asked if I finished *that book* yet...because I didn’t.

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  1. I do love that mash-up of genres, too. Oh man, there are so many issues if it were just addressed right in the first place. :)

    1. right?! I really wanted to reach in and bop him upside the head, lols. But the different genre mash up is so well done!

  2. It can be so fun to see a author mix up genres like this, and seeing a couple face up to their issues.