Thursday, November 21, 2013

[Review]: "Personal Assets"

Personal Assets by Kelsey Browning
Publisher: Carina Press (August 26, 2013)
Series: Texas Nights, 1

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Sex therapist Allie Shelby has the professional credentials, but she could use a bit more practical experience. Finding the right man to bring out her inner bad girl is tough in a population-challenged Texas town. So when sinfully sexy Cameron Wright rolls back into Shelbyville, Allie wastes no time inviting him to join her in some hands-on research.

Cameron has come home to fulfill his dream of restoring classic cars. Back in high school, he knew the town princess, Allie Shelby, was way out of his league. Today he has even less in common with Allie, so he's shocked as hell when she propositions him. Still, he's only human, so he accepts her offer—and with each encounter, she shows him another, wilder side. Before long, he's thinking about more than just sex.

But while her personal life heats up, Allie's business is about to crash and burn. And she has to convince Cameron that she's one princess who's not looking for a prince to ride to her rescue.

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My Review:

Sweet and sexy, fun and full of sass and wit, Personal Assets was hands down a very fun romance to read. I'm only sorry I let it sit on my e-reader for so long.

If you love a good small-town romance, but want something a little different, pick up this book. After all, the heroine doesn't own your typical small business . . . she's a sex therapist. And the hero is very hunky and sweet, not to mention a hard-worker, dedicated to helping his mother and brother out. What's not to love about that? I laughed, I smiled, and I had to break out a fan for the smexy scenes. Win-win!

I will definitely be picking up more books by Kelsey Browning in the future, as I really like her sassy writing. Plus, I'm curious to see how some of the other characters' stories turn out. 


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I recieved an e-ARC of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for my honest opinion.

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Sorry for the short review, but I felt that this summed up my thoughts on the book. I may revisit my review later on and add to it, who knows? :) But here's the important thing to know: this was a good book, and I really liked it! 

What's the oddest occupation you've seen a hero/heroine/other character have in a romance? 


Until Next Time,


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1 comment :

Red Iza said...

That looks very good, thanks for the review ;)