Thursday, June 4, 2015

Not Quite Juliet: Club Imperial's Silver Soul

Not Quite Juliet: Club Imperial's Silver Soul by Katherine Rhodes

One fateful night, by the grace of beer and peanuts, Morgan Kirkbride--the self-professed super fangirl of Silver Soul-- falls for the sexy rock god, Nick D. Literally. 

Lands on her ass right in front of him. 

Morgan is sure the lead singer of Silver Soul thought she was a graceless flake, but instead asks her to a midnight diner and winds up back at her place. She’s captivated, but sure it’s just a crazy one-night fling… Imagine her shock when the very next Monday at Allegheny County Courthouse, the highly respected, well-credentialed chemist Dr. Nicholas Dovadsky is called as a witness — and Morgan recognizes him as the rock god who rocked her bed. 

Sparks fly between them, but things get complicated - fast. When an ex-boyfriend returns to haunt Morgan and her roommate, no one takes him seriously. But when the simple threats become violent, perverse and horrifying, she realizes someone is out to get her. 

Nick doesn’t intend for anything or anyone to stop him from getting to know the spunky, curvaceous, if clumsy, woman. He just keeps coming back...because there's one thing he knows: he wants Morgan in his life, for good. 

**Content Warning: Contains explicit content and adult situations that may not be suitable for all audiences. 18+ Audience**

3.0 out of 5 stars Good story, bad editingJune 4, 2015
This review is from: Not Quite Juliet: Club Imperial's Silver Soul (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.*
I really liked this story. But the book was awful. Riddled with errors, it needs a good round of editing. If edited, this could certainly be a 4 or 5 star book! I enjoyed the chemistry between Morgan and Nick. It was fun, flirty, interesting.
"Are you laughing at me?"
"Morgan, we punctured my waterbed with sex shoes,"
The interaction between the two was well layed out. It was a fun read that held me captive. There were just too many errors to look past in the editing.
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