November 12, 2016 1 min to read

Body Shot

Category : Reviews

The bestselling author of the Heller Brothers series stirs up a tempting cocktail of fun and seduction as a sexy SEAL-turned-bartender treats a buttoned-up scientist to a wild weekend . . . and a change of heart.

Former Navy SEAL Beck Whitcomb left a world of privilege to prove he could make his own way. Money, mansions, expensive cars—none of it could heal the loss of his older brother, or buy his parents’ love. Now, after using his trust fund to open the Conquistadors tequila bar with his brothers-in-arms, Beck has it all: good friends, fine liquor, and hot hookups. When it comes to women, commitment’s not his thing—until he gets a taste of the pretty professor who walks into his bar . . . and winds up in his bed.

Hayden Miles knows all too well that emotional decisions can lead to heartbreak, and nothing screams “bad decision” like a playboy bartender with inked biceps and a wicked smile. Still, their chemistry is off-the-charts explosive—and Hayden knows her chemistry. For once, this good girl longs to let loose. But is she willing to risk the pain to quench her thirst? With the promise of more on the table, Hayden’s eager to believe . . . before she misses her shot.

My Review:
Awesomely powerful book on having the courage to open yourself up to love. This is the first book I’ve read by Kelly Jamieson but will not be the last. It was well-written with a powerful message of love, hope, courage, and being yourself. The story of Hayden and Beck was emotional and steamy. Supposedly complete opposites, Beck and Hayden, especially Hayden, learn to judge based on experience and not preconceived notions. This book is a perfect mix of story and steam without being preachy.

I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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