Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Deliciously Thick by K.B. Jacobs [Review]

 Deliciously Thick by K.B. Jacobs
Deliciously Thick (Naked Brews #2) by K.B. Jacobs
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: April 13, 2017

Naked Brews
0.5. Desperately Unprepared
1. Deliciously Smooth
2. Deliciously ThickPaperback | Kindle
3. Deliciously Bitter

K.B. Jacobs
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Triple B...the Bad Boy of Boarding.

That’s me and I own that title. I’m a professional snowboarder and my life IS the party.

You want to hang out for a good time? Come to Triple B’s house.
You need a hot chick to bang? There are tons of them at my place.
My bar is stocked and the music is jamming. This is my life.

Until Juliet. No, that’s not her real name. That’s just what I called her when I fell in lust with her those nights when she read in her window.

But then a fire changed everything.

I saved her life and it ruined mine. Now my sponsors say I either fix my party-boy image or else I’m through making the big bucks. I figure she broke me, she can fix me.

She’s sweet and innocent, exactly what I need to fix my image. But I’m not sure either of us will survive the legacy that is Triple B.
Thoughts on Deliciously Thick: Hoo-boy! Anthony Millett, aka Triple B, is smokin' hot on and OFF the snowboarding circuit. Until he injures himself saving Melissa's life. His heroic act put his Triple B image at risk and he either needs to show everyone that Triple B isn't all partying and crazy antics or lose his sponsors.

Except, Triple B is kind of a jerk. I mean, I liked Anthony well enough, but his public persona was loud and brash and it clashed with Melissa's more quiet way of gliding through life. In fact, compared to him, she's downright buttoned up and prudish. At least that's what it looks like on the surface. Melissa does have a wild side, it's just one she keeps very, very private. For good reason, it turns out.

Getting the two of them on the same page takes some doing *cough*snooping on Anthony's part*cough*, but it's WELL WORTH it once Melissa opens up and shares her more secret self with him. Triple B gets put aside and Anthony Millett gets to shine. And remember, I LIKED Anthony.

While this book closes out Melissa and Anthony's romance, it opens up a whole new can of worms as far as the brewery is concerned. Book 3 can't come soon enough!

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