Monday, April 13, 2015

Justin by Christi Snow [Review]

 Justin by Christi Snow
Justin (Male Model Chronicles #1) by Christi Snow
Format: ebook
Source: provided through NetGalley
Date read: January 19, 2015

Male Model Chronicles
1. Justin - Paperback | Kindle
2. Lance
3. Joshua

Christi Snow
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Tara Malone is having one of those lives. Born to Oscar award-winning actor, Anthony Malone, and model-famous beauty, Veronica Scott, she should have it made. But her curvy figure and out-of-control frizzy red hair are just the start of her many, many issues. Now to make matters worse, she’s started out her week by running over model, Justin James, with her car. She had a lot of fantasies about the cover model, but never did any of them include vehicular assault.

Justin James doesn’t have time for two broken wrists, but neither does his over-achieving family. He can’t open up his fridge or unzip his fly without excruciating pain and no one else has the time to help him. Tara already shot him down at the accident scene, but maybe he can work this so that the curvy bombshell has a reason to hang around for a bit. He’s not above using guilt if it means he gets to know her better.
Thoughts on Justin: You know those days where you need a little something light and easy to cleanse the palate before diving into your next epic read? This book just might be what you're looking for.

It's fun.

Fun and sexy. Honestly, though, I expect the sexy from Christi Snow's books. Mr Justin James Cadwell is pretty easy on the eyes on that cover, too.

What was I talking about again? (In a weird twist, it wasn't #NakedWerewolves, was it? That's usually a good guess.) (Wait. I'm having a thought. It was fun, sexy times.) (Fun. Sexy. Times.)

So. Tara and Justin. Might I just say I adore Tara's dedication to coffee. Not so much that she ran over Justin while trying to get her fix, but I can appreciate how needing that next cup can be VERY distracting. Oh, and just so I can get this off my chest, her mom gave me scowly eyes. Many times.

Meanwhile, Justin's predicament was sad. Two broken wrists and no way to take care of himself. In more ways than one, if you know what I mean. (Pfft! Everyone knows what I mean, right? RIGHT?!?!) Tara's presence is the one thing that keeps his showers... Okay, seriously. Everything flitting through my head right now is filthy. Maybe I should wrap this up before I start waxing poetic about how the showers keep coming.

*snorts with muffled laughter at self*

Fun and sexy. I think I've said everything that needs to be said.

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