Wednesday, June 25, 2014

The Sexiest Man Alive: Life and Love on the Lam (A Loveswept Contemporary Romance)

The Sexiest Man Alive: Life and Love on the Lam (A Loveswept Contemporary Romance) by Juliet Rosetti

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Juliet Rosetti’s steamy Escape Diaries series—perfect for fans of Kristan Higgins and Susan Elizabeth Phillips—continues as Mazie’s on-again, off-again relationship with certified hottie Ben Labeck simmers out of control.

Mazie Maguire doesn’t need some lousy awards panel to tell her what she already knows: Ben Labeck—the chiseled, 6'3" photojournalist and hockey player who drives her wild—is the Sexiest Man Alive. And she especially doesn’t need the rest of the world to know it, too. Watching every last woman in the Milwaukee metro area throw themselves at the man who shares Mazie’s bed is more than any respectable single lady should bear.

So when Ben has the nerve to “forget” to call for a week, Mazie decides to call it off for good. But as she jumps back into the dating game, Mazie catches the attention of some real bad boys: The Skulls. When the motorcycle gang kidnaps Mazie in a case of mistaken identity, she suddenly sees Ben’s behavior in a whole new light. She’d do anything to wake up in Ben’s surprisingly tender arms one more time—so long as the Sexiest Man Alive doesn’t go and get himself killed trying to save her.

The Sexiest Man Alive (Life and Love on the Lam, #4)The Sexiest Man Alive by Juliet Rosetti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have to say, though I wasn't thoroughly impressed with book 3, which was the first from this author I've read, this one was better. I gave the author another chance, and I liked this book. The other books were explained a little bit more in this, so I didn't feel left out. The story was cute and funny. I felt a little more attached to Mazie and Ben than I had in the book before this. I've come to like them, and it was a fun little read.

I'm happy to see this author grow with each book. I like that the writing felt better, easier going for the reader. The story line was interesting, the plot felt like a romantic comedy, sometimes a romantic suspense. I did think the tower scene with her and Shayla was drawn out a bit too long, it got boring, but at the end, I was happy I read this book. It was quite enjoyable.

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