{Review} Tell Me You Want Me by Joya Ryan

{Review} Tell Me You Want Me by Joya RyanTell Me You Want Me by Joya Ryan
Also by this author: Tell Me You Need Me
Series: Search and Seduce #2
Also in this series: Tell Me You Need Me
Published by Entangled: Brazen on January 4, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Forbidden Love
Character(s): Heroes in Uniform
Pages: 159
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A sexy category romance from Entangled's Brazen imprint...

She’s getting dirty with the bad boy…

Determined to find her inner badass and save her business, boutique owner Michelle Ruby signs up for a twenty-four hour survival class. Except, she’s the only person who registered, and the guide is a sex-on-a-stick G.I. Joe come to life. Between his massive muscles, smoldering blue eyes, and “there’s no crying in camping” attitude, she’s in trouble…in more ways than one.

Search and rescue squad member Dex Young never thought he’d be roped into teaching “survival skills” to pageant queens. His sole student is upper class, upper state, and sexy as hell. And he has a sneaking suspicion that beneath her tight updo and designer jeans, there’s a sex kitten waiting to claw her way out.

But Dex knows women like her. Knows they only bring guys like him home to piss off their daddies. If it’s the bad boy experience she wants, she’ll get it. And Dex? Well, he can’t wait to find out just how dirty Michelle’s willing to get…

Kassiah: Park Avenue Princess Michelle decides to take a survival course so she can feel stronger. She gets more than she bargained for when sexy Dex Young steps up to teach the 24-hour course. The chemistry between these two is palpable, and they both know they’re not in it for the long haul. What they’ll do with the time they do have is anyone’s guess.

This book was okay, and I didn’t like this book as much as the first in the series, Tell Me You Need Me. I had a hard time connecting with the characters, and I just kept waiting for it to get better. The sex was steamy, but other than that, I didn’t care about them at all. Even with that, I’m not sure I’d recommend this book to everyone. The storyline was good, but I don’t know. I just didn’t love it.

If you’re looking a quick, hot read, Tell Me You Want Me is a good choice. If you want emotional depth and characters you’ll connect with, keep looking.

Report Card
Overall: 2

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