{Review} Impulse Control by Amanda Usen

{Review} Impulse Control by Amanda UsenImpulse Control by Amanda Usen
Also by this author: Into the Fire
Series: Men of the Zodiac #1
Also in this series: The Millionaire's Deception, The Millionaire's Forever, Ten Days in Tuscany
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on January 19, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Opposites Attract
Pages: 245
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Survivalist Russ Donovan is known on TV as the “Wildest Man In The World.” The last thing this headstrong Aries guy needs is to be wrangled into a cross-promotional TV special with a popular homemaker—even a sexy little thing like Susannah Stone. Besides, the Adirondacks in the dead of winter is no place for amateurs...especially a stubborn homemaker who's determined to show him up every chance she gets.

Susannah's a working single mom who knows plenty about roughing it. She can take anything this mountain man dishes out. Now Russ and Susannah are taking their competitive rivalry to new levels, and not even the canned beef stew is safe. Then Russ and Susannah's on-camera sparks turn into a sizzling off-camera romance, and their two conflicting worlds collide. Sure, major differences can turn chemistry red-hot...they also make compromise nearly impossible.

Erin: The phrase opposites attract is one we all know and is the premise for Amanda Usen’s new book, Impulse Control. Cross a rugged survivalist with a spunky homemaker and you get plenty of sparks. The premise of these two totally opposite people coming together to be on a TV show totally piqued my interest, and boy am I glad I gave this book a try.

Russ Donovan is charming, flirty, and yeah, really hot. Susannah Stone was feisty and sharp, and man did she ever push all of Russ’s buttons? So much fun to watch them cajole and snipe at one another. Of course with all that bickering comes grudging respect for the other and then the attraction. This was even more fun to watch play out, how their first impressions changed and morphed into real feelings. I really liked Russ’s easy going manner and I liked how strong and confident Susannah was. And yeah, once they both got over their initial reluctance to being forced into the situation, the sparks were flying all over the place.

Russ and Susannah were totally likeable, believable characters. The writing was great, the story line refreshing, and I loved almost every minute of this book. There are a few eye rolling moments, but nothing that took away from my overall enjoyment. Pick this one up people, you won’t be sorry.

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