Review: Kiss the Girl by Tara Sivec

I am so happy to bring to you the final book in the Naughty Princess Club series.  Ariel’s story is everything we wanted it to be.  It is laugh out loud funny.  Incredibly witty dialogue and characters you will never forget will make this one book you won’t want to put down.  For my full review, keep reading after the book blurb.  I guarantee if you haven’t picked up this series yet, you will want to do that immediately.

38492048Book Blurb:

A struggling antiques collector finds herself falling in love with a millionaire playboy; but can she ever be a part of his world?

Meet the Naughty Princess Club, a series from USA Today bestselling author Tara Sivec that brings readers to Fairytale Lane and the hilarity—and romance—that three women fall into once they decide to strut their stuff and bring on their own happily ever after.

While her friends have broken free of their insecurities, Ariel Waters is struggling to come out of her shell. Her ex-husband took away her voice and her self-confidence, and Ariel is drowning under a sea of debt to afford the alimony she has to pay him. She refuses to ever fall for a man’s charms again, and is determined to make her own way.

When her house and her beloved antiques are taken by the bank after too many missed payments, Ariel finds herself adrift until the infuriatingly charming Eric Sailor comes to her rescue. Although she can’t stand the millionaire playboy, Eric’s kindness and unconditional support reveal hidden depths and a love that Ariel never imagined she could find.

But there are outside influences who will stop at nothing to keep them apart; can Ariel and Eric weather the storm and find a way to be together?

Review:

Ariel’s life is crumbling down around her.  The one person there to help pick up the pieces is the most annoyingly handsome man she’s ever met.  Ariel doesn’t ever want to rely on a man again.  All Eric wants to do is help her get back on her feet and show her that all men aren’t like the one that destroyed her self confidence.  Ariel fights her feelings tooth and nail but those dimples and his hairless cat wears her down.  Will Ariel finally become the naughty princess that she’s always been or will her fear hold her down for good?

I LOVED THIS BOOK!  Ariel was always my favorite character in this series.  Her book did not disappoint.  Ariel and Eric are the perfect duo.  She is so rough around the edges and though you think at first Eric is just a shallow guy but he is so much more.  The banter between the two of them is priceless.  It is truly some of the best work by Tara Sivec.  She is the queen of laugh out loud dialogue that only a few people would actually say out loud.  Ariel reminds me of the characters in her Chocolate Lovers series.  She doesn’t hold anything back.  In the end, Ariel is so much more than just the bawdy, no-holds bar chick.  She has a heart…though if she were here she’d definitely stab me in the throat for saying that.  Overall, I will miss this series terribly.  I can’t wait to see what Tara Sivec comes up with next.

Review: In Bed with the Beast by Tara Sivec

Happy Monday!  Today and tomorrow is going to be a really busy day for me on here.  Be sure to stay tuned for some reads you don’t want to miss.  Today’s first is by one of my favorite authors, Tara Sivec.  This is the second book in her newest series, The Naughty Princess Club.  Welcome to a naughty version of Beauty and the Beast.  For my full review, keep reading after the book blurb.

38492044Book Blurb:

Meet the Naughty Princess Club, a series from USA Today bestselling author Tara Sivec that brings readers to Fairytale Lane and the hilarity—and romance—that three women fall into once they decide to strut their stuff and bring on their own happily ever after.

Living in her overprotective dad’s basement, shy Belle lives her life through books. Being a part of the Naughty Princess Club is the first adventure she’s ever had, plus she desperately needs the money to save one of her favorite places – the local library.

But when her new friends and new business gets her kicked out of her dad’s house, Belle is rescued by the surly Vincent “Beast” Adams who invites her to be his house guest until she gets back on her feet. Despite his attitude problem and long list of rules, Belle finds herself warming to the muscled man with a penchant for growling and starts seeing a gentle side to him that wasn’t there before.

Yet there’s a room that Beast keeps locked and Belle keeps getting hints that Beast is hiding something…can a nerdy librarian tame the beast or will their romance be over before it has a chance to blossom?

Review:

Belle is tired of living in her dad’s basement.  Her only outlet is the library she works out of and her new friends stripping business.  Her father doesn’t approve of her new friends or their business.  Kicking Belle out forces her to live in the library.  That is until Vincent “Beast”  realizes what she is doing.  With his growling and attitude he forces her to come live with him.  They see that the chemistry between the two of them burns so bright.  Can the beauty who spouts trivia and the Beast act on their feelings or will lies force them apart for good?

I was so excited for this book.  Beauty and the Beast is one of my all time favorite fairy tales.  This was a fantastic take on the tale.  Belle is quirky and quite fun.  Beast lives up to his name.  Once the two of them really open up to each other the sexy times really steam of the pages.  Just like the previous book, the fairy tale base is essential but that is where it ends.  The characters of all the naughty princesses and their heroes are so unique, funny and entertaining.  We get to see Ariel and her mouth, along with Cindy and PJ, who have not stopped their frisky behavior.  If you are looking for a great fun sexy book for your summer reading I guarantee you that this is exactly what you are looking for.  I can’t wait for Ariel’s book next.  Tara Sivec really comes through with an entertaining story that will make you blush and laugh out loud.

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