Monday, July 14, 2014

All Fired Up by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy [Review]

All Fired Up by Vivian Arend, Elle Kennedy
All Fired Up (DreamMakers #1) by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: April 6, 2014

DreamMakers
1. All Fired Up - Kindle
2. Love Is A Battlefield
3. Don't Walk Away

Vivian Arend
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Elle Kennedy
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
He’s ready to lead the way

Parker Wilson never thought he’d go from battle-hardened soldier to romance expert, but after his stint in the Rangers, that’s exactly what happened. As the owner of DreamMakers Inc., he helps other men win in the love department, using every resource available to plan the perfect date. When a routine recon turns into an unexpected night of passion, Parker’s mission becomes more personal—and he won’t give up until Lynn Davidson is all his.

She’s more than willing to follow

Lynn is a goner from the moment she lays eyes on the delectable Parker. She’s just ditched her boring almost-boyfriend and is tired of sticking to the straight and narrow. It’s time to walk on the wild side, and what better way than in the arms of the most irresistible man she’s ever met? But when their red-hot affair is threatened, it’ll take a team effort to make their dreams come true.
Thoughts on All Fired Up: Things that make me smile -- the idea of rough and tumble former soldiers giving dating advice to clueless men. Things that make me smile even harder -- that said former soldiers approach each individual date they help plan as a mission they have to do recon for and strategically implement.

Seriously, I love it. LOVE IT.

The fact that Parker, Jack, and Dean are all hunky lady-killers just makes things better. And, yeah, all three of them do well with the ladies. Multiple ladies, sometimes.

So. Parker. Hot. Falls for Lynn the first time he lays eyes on her. I love it when the big guys get bit (and bit HARD) by the love bug. While the guys have a strict hands-off policy regarding clients, there are no rules the moment the contract ends. Good thing, too, because Parker and Lynn steam up the sheets nicely.

Poor Lynn has to put up with her douchey boyfriend (who quickly becomes an ex), a friend who doesn't know the meaning of the word restraint -- err, unless it's in a bondage-y sense. I'm guessing she's familiar with those! -- and a relationship with Parker that's sending her spinning. The fact he gives phenomenal orgasms might have something to do with that last part.

The characters are fun, the banter between the guys is HILARIOUS, the sex is steamy, and the bad guy is pretty skeevy. That's what I call a recipe for a good book!

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