Friday, November 11, 2016

Review: Kiss The Boys by Diana Downey

Title: Kiss the Boys (Lost Girls, Book 2)
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Psychological Romantic Suspense
Release Date: November 1, 2016

Book Description:
Three estranged brothers.
One runaway girl.

Sweet and sexy Noah soars as Spartans’ basketball shooting star. Overly protective, bad boy Nathan has beaten the devil and believes he’s invincible. And angry and bitter Jake cannot move past losing his unit in Afghanistan. After suffering personal tragedies, the three brothers barely speak to one another.

Until River.

When she runs away from her abusive foster home, she crash-lands into Noah’s arms. She should feel safe with him, but she is attracted to guys more broken than she. And his brooding brothers Nathan and Jake wait patiently to catch her when she falls. Her relationship with each jeopardizes the precarious balance of their troubled family, and she will either mend their wounds or break their hearts.

*Kiss the Boys is psychological romantic suspense, containing explicit sex. This is the second book in the Lost Girls Collection. The first book is Blackout (steamy psychological thriller) by Chris Myers. Each of these books is a standalone.

Where do I begin? When I saw the blurb for this book it caught my attention and made me curious. The book is about three sons Jake, Noah and Nate. They are all dealing with their own separate issues. Then we have a runaway named River. She's in the system and leaves after suffering abuse of all kinds. When she enters the home she develops bonds and attractions with the brothers. I wasn't sure how this would work out and felt this was going to be a big mess. Noah and Nate are twins who  are complete opposites and very competitive. They both have a thing for River. This book set the stage to be a love triangle but it didn't feel that way to me and to be honest I was expecting a little more angst, drama and passion. The scenes with her and Noah I just didn't feel the connection. Her and Nate just gelled and they are definitely made for each other. This book does touch on some heavy subject matter and my heart broke for River, Nate and Jake. They all needed each other so they could heal and have closure. This book had some tender moments, heart warming moments and sad moments as well. In the end this book was able to hold my attention and made me want to keep reading. 

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 About the author:

I love steamy sex that sizzles off the page but also well-developed characters and a solid plot that keeps the readers guessing. Strong, masculine men with endearing qualities and motivated, determined women always get to me. My work has earned several awards including first place Paul Gillette, Colorado Gold finalist, and two semi-finalists in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. 


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