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Secret Storm by Amelia James

Friday, October 7, 2011

Synopsis: "I want to let you in, Jack, but I.... Oh hell, I just want you. I know you're not what I need, but I don't care. Take me to bed now and we'll sort the rest out later."

The last thing Sara Jensen needs is another risky relationship. She wants Jack, but she's been hurt too many times to trust him even though he's more than a friend. Jack won't trust her, and that hurts more than her ex's betrayal.

Jack Wheeler wants Sara. His long denied lust burns barely contained. But a dangerous secret comes back to haunt him, a secret so horrible he can't trust anyone with it, not even the 
woman he desires more than anything.

For the first time since they met, they're both available, but the timing couldn't be worse. Sara's not too eager to trust a man again, and Jack refuses to reveal his secret. Getting involved now is complicated, but Sara and Jack have waited long enough. Neither one of them can control their desires. But there's a storm approaching, and as 


hard as she tries, Sara can't run away from Jack's past. Jack won't accept her help, and Sara doesn't know how long she can wait for him to realize he needs her.

Review: Secret Storm by Amelia James is a mixture between erotica and drama. Although there are definitely some steamy scenes the majority of the book revolves around Sara's problem with control and Jack's secret childhood both, having some major trust issues. James did an excellent job writing the steamy scenes between the two characters, Jack and Sara. I thought it was great that the author played with the idea of Jack and Sara being “the right person at the wrong time,” it was extremely relatable. I did find Sara's character a bit annoying at times because of the way she reacted to things like Jack taking her phone away or wanting to talk with her ex. I felt like she was too immature as a character. Although, I found the story overall interesting I felt like the major force moving the story was suppose to be Jack's secret about his childhood which I really felt was overplayed. I felt myself wanting to skip pages because the obstacle was just dragged out way to long. However, I do look forward to reading more from Amelia James because she does write some great bedroom scenes! ;)
 





Available on: B&N.com & Amazon.com
Format: eBook
Source: submitted for review by author.
Status: READ
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