Title: All In (Full Tilt Duet Book 2)
Author: Emma Scott
Release Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Tagline: Love has no limits
Review by Candy:
OMG! You have done it again Emma. Without a doubt I am in LOVE with the Duet series. When you introduced Kacey, she was lost until one night she is thrown in the backseat of a limousine. Jonah the driver isn’t sure what to do with her when he can’t drop her off at the house she’s staying so……….Jonah even though he’s dying takes a chance on Kacey and frees her. They are happy and in love but still the cloud hangs over their heads cause the time is running short. Jonah says his goodbyes but has his brother Theo and Kacey make promises that neither one keeps. Six months later Theo receives word about Kacey and rushes to save her. Kacey thinks she’s seeing things when she sees Theo, but he’s real and he’s there for her. Theo will do his best this time around to keep his promise to his brother and Kacey eventually decides to keep hers too. These two have been through enough and it brings them closer and closer but can they tell each other the truth in their feelings? It is want Jonah wanted but can anyone else see what he saw?
Emma I am happy to have read this series you are a heartbreaker in a good way :-). You can keep the reader interested and leave a bit of mystery as well. You write with passion and conviction, thank you.
*** Reviewed for Sweet and Spicy Reads, ARC provided in return for honest Review***
All In Excerpt:
I concentrated on the music, pretending to listen and resolutely not looking at Theo. But the damn music was bluesy, sexy… A slow burn of want and longing. It dialed into my already aching body, filling me with a need to be touched.
A shadow fell over me, and I looked up to see Theo standing, his hand outstretched.
“Dance with me.”
It wasn’t a request, and my traitorous body was already rising to its feet before I could think.
Theo took my hand in his and led me to the small dance floor, where a dozen other couples were swaying to the music. Some, driven by the sultry tones of the song and the singer’s smoky voice, were grinding their hips together, thighs intertwined.
Theo slung my arms around his neck, then put his hands on my hips, and began to move.
I’d never stood this close to Theo before. Our bodies pressed tight. Our faces so close, I could smell the sweet heat of his food, the bitterness of beer, the salt of his sweat. His heart beat thick against mine. The ragged exhale of his breath.
“You told me at the wedding you didn’t dance,” I said, every part of my body conscious of touching every part of his.
His mouth shaped the words, “I lied,” but no sound reached me over the music.
I could barely breathe. I was losing myself in him. Our eyes locked. I couldn’t look anywhere but at him. The light brown of his eyes fiery, like a shot of whiskey backlit by a white-hot flame. His hips ground a slow circle against mine, his thigh inching between my legs. One arm slid around my waist, the other came up the middle of my back, holding me close. My arms wound around his neck, my fingers burrowed into his damp hair.
“I like this,” he murmured. His whole body was flush against mine. I could feel its power, the strength of his muscles holding and moving me with the music. The hollow of his neck glistened. I felt my own sweat slide over my collarbone and between my breasts. My blood was on fire in a way that was entirely separate from the Louisiana summer. A heat Theo was building in me with every roll of his pelvis against mine. I felt the stiffness of his jeans against my skin as his hand slipped down to my ass, pressing me tighter against him. Grinding in a dance that felt more like…
Emma Scott is a writer, marathon runner, and caffeine addict, who lives and writes in the California Bay Area. She has two smart, feisty little girls, a super-supportive husband, and is a demonstrated fan of the Oxford comma. She is also an unabashed Star Wars geek and comic book enthusiast who fell into romance novels when a writing contest prompt turned a 1000-word romantic story into a full-blown novel. She also writes epic fantasy that suffers an epic word count.
She hopes you enjoy her work, encourages readers to leave feedback, and thinks it’s amusing to write about herself in the third person. And if she has a driving force the fuels her work, it’s that love always wins.
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