Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Unblocked Episode One by Marni Mann – Release Day Special



Blurb:
Derek Block seeks revenge. Frankie Jordan seeks professional dominance. He wants her, she wants him. Lines that can’t cross begin to blur. Things start heating up as real estate gets real… This is episode one of the five-episode novella series Timber Towers.


Excerpt:
“Why don’t you come in?”
I was startled again by the sound of him, of his deep, alluring tone. I didn’t realize I was still hovering in the doorway. Closing most of the gap between us, I moved to one of the chairs.
I hooked my bag onto the back of it, his fingers slicing through the air as they reached for mine.
“Call me Derek.” He enclosed my hand with a pressing strength that I assumed was lightened for my benefit.
Though his stare remained on my face, I wasn’t able to keep mine on his. I needed a break, a second to get myself under control.
Control…
I had obviously lost that, though I didn’t understand why. Polished men were all I knew, all I had ever been attracted to: groomed and well-dressed, pretty and sharp, even cocky and somewhat selfish. They were certainly never burly or animalistic like Derek. So why was he having this kind of physical effect on me?



















3.5 Stars
A quick, fast paced read that will keep you entertained.  I was worried about the state of arousal that these people were in all the time.  

The chemistry between Frankie and Derek is powerful and strong.  It took awhile for Derek to broach her for what he truly wanted from her.  Their connection was steam and jaw dropping.
Derek is a powerful man and he knows it.  He is power in man.  Frankie is powerful too, she is a stand up girl, I liked her, but she was hard to get into at first.  But then she grew on me.

With that being said, there was a lot not explained, which I hope gets explained in the next book/novella.  I liked it, but I wanted more.

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