Friday, March 3, 2017

Virtual Book Tour ~ #Review ~ Crave Me by Cecy Robson

It’s time for the sole sister in the family to discover love.

O'Brien Family #3
Cecy Robson
Releasing Feb 28, 2017

RT Book Reviews proclaims that the O’Brien Family series from award-winning author Cecy Robson “has the hottest brothers ever!” And in Crave Me, it’s time for the sole sister in the family to discover love.

Wren O’Brien isn’t your typical female. As the only girl from a loud Irish family with seven siblings, she prefers fast cars to lip gloss and bad boys to good men. It’s the reason she’s nursing a wounded soul and keeping her distance from a dangerous ex.

Evan Jonah is running an empire and just moved from the lavish thoroughfares of London to the gritty streets of Philadelphia. When he walks into the nearest dealership, he’s expecting to find a reliable vehicle to handle the brutal winters, not a sexy female car rep with killer legs.

Wren doesn’t know why “Hotness in a Suit” asked her out. She doesn’t expect a great time or a night of passion that knocks her on her ass. But that’s exactly what Evan shows her.

She also never counted on how hard and fast she’d fall. But men like Evan—good men with even better hearts—don’t desire tough-talking Philly girls for long.

Evan has never met a woman like Wren. But he’s up for the challenge and ready to prove her wrong.

“Get the hell out of here.”
Evan lowers his plastic menu, laughing softly at my remark. When he first walked into the dealership, I couldn’t quite figure him out. The sides of his cashmere coat parted when he moved, exposing what has to be a very pricey suit. But while he’s clean shaven, he’s not exactly clean-cut.
His dark wavy hair curls around his ears, long enough that I can tell he’s overdue for a trip to the barber, but not so long he appears unkempt. I take another long look at his straight nose, broad shoulders, and perfect posture. No, he’s not unkempt. He’s cute. Damn cute if you like pretty boys with deep green eyes with specks of gold and a jawline angels must have chiseled from granite.
“I’m serious,” he tells me, the way he looks at me taking him from damn cute to sexy. “I’ve never eaten a cheesesteak.”
I reach for the iPad tucked in the bag at my feet to give me an excuse to break away from those pretty eyes and thick lashes that curl at the tips. “So when I asked you if you wanted to go out for steaks, you weren’t picturing enough flat screens to fill a cruise ship and Yeung-Ling on tap?”
“Is Yeung-Ling a beer?” he asks.
I cringe, setting my iPad in front of me. “Oh, Evan, you have a lot to learn if you plan on staying in Philly for the long haul.”

Phenomenal - a top read of the year!
From the first page of the first book this author, and this series, grabbed my attention, and my heart! Each book is an emotional and intense foray into the loving and loud O’Brien family that I couldn’t help but get lost in, each and every time. And this time out, Wren and Evan’s story has notched it up even higher, if that’s even possible, and is crowned my new favourite!
Wren could easily get lost in the crowd that is her family but that is impossible with her matter of fact way of taking charge and the ease she gathers admirers in her wake. She is beautiful, warm and thoughtful, a mix of sweet and sassy that draws people to her immediately. Throw in some (often) colourful vocabulary with intelligence to spare and Evan didn’t stand a chance of resisting her. Even if he wanted to….
“…get a nice long look at the way his tailored black pants hug the kind of a** cheeks that will barely move if spanked – not that that I’ve thought about it, like I mentioned, I’m classy.”
“But you’ve never had you’re a** kicked by an old woman with ninja-like reflexes capable of wielding Catholic guilt like a light saber.”
When a story can blend so many different things, make me feel so many different emotions, I do what I did with Wren and Evan’s – I savour it. From their humour-tinged conversations to their honest and frank discussions about honesty and truth, I loved how these seemingly opposite people were puzzle pieces that seemed to be cut just for each other. Their unconditional support, their caring for each other as well as others, made me melt more than once as their mission to do what’s right met challenge after challenge.
If love is the poster-child for romance than Wren and Evan wrote the book – and that book is phenomenal!

Cecy Robson is an award-winning author of magical realms and to-die-for Alpha heroes. A double RITA® 2016 finalist for Once Pure and Once Kissed, and published author of more than sixteen titles, you can typically find her on her laptop or stumbling blindly in search of caffeine.



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  1. Okay. Your review made me cry. Thank you.

  2. Thank you for sharing your wonderful review!