Saturday, August 30, 2014

Book Review - The Deep End by AM Hartnett

My Thoughts

Grace works for a man many haven't actually seen in years. Jacques has been a recluse ever since the incident. There is much speculation about what happened to him and how he lives his life now. He reveals himself to Grace after she has an encounter at the office letting her know that he has been watching her for some time. This begins a series of moments they share by camera when finally he brings her to his home and reveals himself in person. He doesn't just hide himself physically from others, but he also conceals his heart within walls he erected to protect himself after the incident. Grace doesn't want to fix him, she just wants all of him both the beauty and the broken.

One of the things that I loved about Grace is her strength and courage. She takes a huge chance is going to his home and making this more than a video driven relationship. She opens herself in a fearless way accepting that it could end in hurt. I loved the moments she shared with Jacques when he let down the mask and revealed himself to her. Their chemistry is off the charts hot both through video and in person. Love the bossy man side of Jacques and that moment when roles are reversed...HOT! AM sure can write the hell out of a sexy scene. Not only that, she wrote this story that engaged me from beginning to end with some twists and turns along the way. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

I give The Deep End 5 hearts!

About the Book

For years, the Taureau-Werner building has been Grace's playground. Hot men in suits have provided her with one sinful diversion after another without ever having to leave the thirteenth floor.

Grace thinks her secret indulgences are safe, until one late night alone in the office, a call comes through from billionaire recluse: Jacques Alain Taureau. And in Taureau's lonely world, Grace meets a prince with no intention of escaping his secretive retreat by the sea.

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About the Author

A.M. Hartnett began writing erotica upon receiving what, at the time, she considered very bad advice from a career counselor. Since 2006, her short stories have appeared on the web and in various anthologies, including Kristina Wright's Best Erotic Romance series and Rachel Kramer Bussel's Curvy Girls.

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