I was provided with an advance reader copy by the author in exchange for an honest review. Any and all opinions expressed in this review are mine alone. I received no financial incentives to review this book.
Series: Brothers Ink #2
Published by Sarah Mayberry on April 1, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: the author
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Blue Sullivan knows a player when she sees one. And Eddie Oliveira - charm and sex personified - was born to play. She never wanted him to say goodbye, so for the last ten years she’s ignored the sizzling attraction between them and focused on being the best sidekick a guy could have. Smart girl, right?
Then Blue has a serious accident, and overnight Eddie changes. Suddenly he’s more intense and singularly devoted…to her. With all this sexy attention, it’s hard to stay within the boundaries she’s scrupulously drawn. The temptation, the anticipation builds and, finally, she has to have what he’s offering. Of course Eddie proves to be brilliant. Now, she worries he’s ruined her forever…and she might regret leaping from friends to lovers.
This review was originally posted on my Goodreads page on March 27, 2015.
Here are my thoughts on Anticipation:
This comes to you from the smoldering ruins of my Kindle. I said in a tweet earlier that morning, that when Blue and Eddie got to know each other biblically, my poor e-reader may just combust from the hotness. And it did.
The title says everything – anticipating the best, anticipating the worst, Blue and Eddie’s relationship is all about that. The chemistry, in a friend sense and in the sexytimes, was out of control. There was that great sense of fun and humour I love so much about Sarah’s writing, coupled with some wickedly emotional moments as well. You did say they were a difficult pair to wrangle, Ms Mayberry, but I can tell you they were worth it.
I could go on about all the awesome bits, but I won’t because you all need to get out there and read it yourselves.
I loved Satisfaction, and Anticipation is a more than worthy follow-up. Now to wait for Obsessed!
Please note that the author was generous enough to provide me with an advance copy, however any and all opinions expressed in this review are mine alone.