Friday, August 28, 2015

Review of Stepbrother UnSealed by Nicole Snow

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

Holy hotness is this book good. In this book we meet Chris and Delia (as her friends call her). This book starts out with Delia holding a party that she really doesn't want to be at on her dad's private stretch of beach. While there she sees a man diving off the rocks and into the water. Knowing this is a private beach she has to confront him. However when she meets this mystery man he stirs things in her that she has never felt for any man before she may just be ready to hand over her V-card to this one. However just as things get interesting her father calls and reminds her that she needs her beauty sleep to meet her new step-brother the next day. Who is this mystery step-brother none other than the hottie from the night before. Now they have a real dilemma find out if what they have is real and something they want to proceed with or walk away and remember the night they almost did something with one another. 

Chris is a Seal first everything else second. So he has a hard fast rule of the one and done because with his job attachments could mean the difference between life and death. However the night that he meets Delia everything starts to change. Chris has never met a woman that holds his attention like Delia does and he doesn't know what to do about it. He knows they are now step-siblings and with everything he has gone through with his mom he should not just walk but run from this situation but there is something about her that makes him not want to walk away. 

This book is amazing but begs the question can two hurt people find something meaningful with one another when everyone else tells them not to be together? This book has its ups and downs and lots of sexy, in your face kind of talk that will have you needing a cold shower over and over in this book. This book will have you hooked from the first word to the very end you won't hardly be able to put it down to do the simple things like make dinner. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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