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Princess Elizabeth Reviews: Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts #1) by Tiffany Snow

Princess Elizabeth Reviews: Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts #1) by Tiffany SnowFollow Me (Corrupted Hearts, #1) by Tiffany Snow
on October 4th 2016
Pages: 335
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5 Stars

Brilliant, quirky twenty-three-year-old China Mack is totally satisfied with her carefully ordered, data-driven life. A computer prodigy who landed a coveted programming job at the cutting-edge tech company Cysnet before even graduating from MIT, China is happiest when following her routine: shower before coffee, pizza only on Mondays, bedtime at ten thirty sharp.
But then things start to get a little…unpredictable.
First Jackson Cooper—Cysnet’s rich, gorgeous, genius CEO—assigns China to a dangerous and highly classified project for a government defense contractor. Her sixteen-year-old runaway niece suddenly arrives in town, begging to move in with China. And then there’s her sexy but oddly unsettling new neighbor, Clark…
Quickly the Cysnet assignment becomes disconcerting—and then downright scary—as key staffers turn up dead. China suspects she’s being followed and isn’t sure whom she can trust. For the first time ever, she’ll have to follow her instincts, rather than logic, if she’s going to survive.

Also by this author: Power Play (Risky Business, #1), Playing Dirty, Play to Win (Risky Business, #3), Break Me (Corrupted Hearts, #2)

Tiffany Snow is one of my favorite authors. She takes us on a wild ride full of thrills, mystery and hotness like no other author!!

In this new series “Corrupted Hearts”, she introduces us to a new female lead, the quirky and lovable China Mack.
Omg this girl made me laugh so much with being so real, so blunt, so so smart! And her leading men, Clark the hot hot neighbor who yes, looks like Superman and her even hotter billionaire boss, Jackson Cooper.

So this little brainiac works at the cutting edge tech company Cysnet, where she has been having naughty thoughts about her boss. Working here not only gets her to work one on one with her boss on a new project for a client, but also brings her into a world of danger.

The twists and turns that make Tiffany’s stories my absolute faves definitely do not disappoint in her new series!
I can not wait to read more!!

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Hot New Release! Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts #1) by Tiffany Snow

Hot New Release! Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts #1) by Tiffany Snow

Hot New Release! Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts #1) by Tiffany SnowFollow Me (Corrupted Hearts, #1) by Tiffany Snow
on October 4th 2016
Pages: 335
Goodreads

Brilliant, quirky twenty-three-year-old China Mack is totally satisfied with her carefully ordered, data-driven life. A computer prodigy who landed a coveted programming job at the cutting-edge tech company Cysnet before even graduating from MIT, China is happiest when following her routine: shower before coffee, pizza only on Mondays, bedtime at ten thirty sharp.
But then things start to get a little…unpredictable.
First Jackson Cooper—Cysnet’s rich, gorgeous, genius CEO—assigns China to a dangerous and highly classified project for a government defense contractor. Her sixteen-year-old runaway niece suddenly arrives in town, begging to move in with China. And then there’s her sexy but oddly unsettling new neighbor, Clark…
Quickly the Cysnet assignment becomes disconcerting—and then downright scary—as key staffers turn up dead. China suspects she’s being followed and isn’t sure whom she can trust. For the first time ever, she’ll have to follow her instincts, rather than logic, if she’s going to survive.

Also by this author: Power Play (Risky Business, #1), Playing Dirty, Play to Win (Risky Business, #3), Follow Me (Corrupted Hearts, #1), Break Me (Corrupted Hearts, #2)

Excerpt:

Jackson looked quizzical for a moment, then turned and headed for his office. “Follow me,” he tossed over his shoulder, and I rushed to obey.

I felt eyes on me as I walked. Jackson usually only met with the managers, not the staff directly. I reported to a guy named Brad who happened to be on vacation this week. I supposed that was why I was heading into Jackson’s office instead of Brad. Whatever it was, it obviously couldn’t wait.

“Have a seat,” he said, gesturing to the seating arrangement in his office. His desk stood to one side, diagonal to the windows that lined the wall. A sofa and two chairs were arranged facing each other on the opposite side, which was where he’d pointed.

Okay then.

Sofa or chair . . . sofa or chair . . .

I stood in indecision, frantically going through the pros and cons of each seat inside my head. The chair would be good but it faces the windows and there’s a glare. I’ll be squinting. Sofa is better but what if he sits beside me, then I’ll be craning my neck to see him and my feet won’t touch the floor. The other chair is in a better location but it’s higher than the sofa and if he sits on the sofa then I’ll be above him and that may be insulting since technically I’m not “above” him—

“China,” he interrupted my train of thought, brushing past me and taking the chair I’d been leaning toward choosing. “Have a seat.”

That was a command. I could recognize the tone. So I plunked myself down in the nearest spot, which put me on the sofa. Except I’d misjudged the softness of the cushions and I sank, putting me even lower than I thought I’d be, as I faced him. I forced a smile.

“Cushy couch.”

Okay, that was something a teenager might say. Not a grown woman with degrees piled behind my name and several years of experience under my belt. My smile turned into a grimace. I started fiddling with my pen and shoved my glasses farther up my nose.

“Brad would usually be the one to hold this discussion,” he began, “but since he’s out of the office right now, I thought I’d handle it.”

My palms began to sweat and I went cold. This sounded like the beginning of a conversation I wasn’t going to like. I searched my brain, trying to think of what I could’ve done to bring about a disciplinary meeting with the CEO.

“If this is about that argument between me and Toby last week, then I want you to know it’s resolved. He dinged my Mustang and refused to admit it, but when I had the paint samples compared, they totally matched.”

Jackson gave me an odd look. Okay, that wasn’t it then.

“And I’m not the one who keeps stealing Janine’s Diet Coke from the fridge,” I blurted. “It’s Megan in accounting. I caught her but she swore me to secrecy because she saw me borrow one of Blake’s Kit Kat bars that he keeps in the freezer.” I took a breath. “Borrow’s not really the right word, I guess, since I ate it. But I did replace it the next day.” I grimaced. “And ate it again. But I really am going to bring him more. I swear.”

Still nothing. His eyes were a bit wider though. Surely that couldn’t be a good sign?

“And I’m not the one that keeps adding h-o-g to Liam’s nameplate.” The guy’s last name was Hedge. Really, he was just asking for that one.

“Or—”

“Stop!”

I clamped my lips shut.

Jackson cleared his throat. “While I appreciate your willingness to, um, clear your conscience . . .” he paused, “none of those things are why I brought you in here.”

“Then why did you?”

“I was getting to that, before your impromptu confessional.”

Oh. I shut up again.

 

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Princess Emma Reviews: Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey

Princess Emma Reviews: Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle CaseyWrong Number, Right Guy (The Bourbon Street Boys, #1) by Elle Casey
on September 22nd 2015
Pages: 341
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When a mysterious text message summons May Wexler to a biker bar in downtown New Orleans, she knows something is very wrong. Her sister has sent out an SOS, but when May gets there, she’s nowhere to be found and May is the one in trouble—she’s wearing pink espadrilles, she’s got a Chihuahua in her purse, and she’s in the middle of a shootout.
After tall, muscular Ozzie comes to her rescue, May has no choice but to follow him to safety. At the headquarters of his private security firm, the Bourbon Street Boys, she finds a refuge for the night—and the offer of a job. But it’s not long before a gun-toting stalker isn’t the only complication in May’s life: the more time she spends with Ozzie, the less she can deny that they’ve got some serious chemistry. A wrong number got her into this mess…Will it also get her the right guy?

Series: The Bourbon Street Boys #1

3.75 Crowns

Book 1 in The Bourbon Street Boys series.

May Wexler is living in New Orleans to be close to her older single parent sister. A photographer, she’s single and at 28 a little lonely with a skill of picking the wrong type of men. However, she is very close to her sister, adores her nieces and nephew (most of the time) and loves her little dog Fee.

When May receives an odd text, which she believes to be her sister, asking her to meet her in the wrong part of town in a bar frequented by bikers, of course she goes; If only to save her sister who has clearly lost the plot. What she doesn’t expect is to end her day, being saved by a man with a monstrous beard and being chased and shot at; exciting things like this just don’t happen to her.

She soon finds herself pulled into the inner sanctum of The Bourbon Street security team, and more specifically on the radar of their leader Ozzie. What ensues is unexpected and overwhelming… and just a little bit sexy.

PEm 180

Okay, so I did like this book. I loved the premise and was pleasantly surprised by the humour littered throughout. It contains some great characters and I think the series could be really good. This book, however, fell into a trap that many series starters do. Because there are quite a few characters, a backdrop and somewhat of a backstory to explain, it felt more like a book setting the scene. That’s not a bad thing as it certainly got me excited to see where the series will go. What it did mean though was that the relationship between Ozzie and May got a little lost, felt a little quick and lacked a bit of the depth I enjoy in my reads. It doesn’t stop me from wanting to read more about these boys (and girl) I think it will develop more and if it’s as funny as this book, I will be a very happy bunny.

A good, albeit setting the scene starter to a series that looks like it will be full of action, adventure mixed with a touch of steam and lots of laughs – I will definitely be looking out for book 2.

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