What’s so great about Bad Boys? It’s time a Nice Guy won the Girl. And Aiden Byrne is a Nice Guy.
They’ve flirted for months and he’s finally got the girl of his dreams. Queue H.E.A.
But nothing’s that simple in life or love.
Jen’s been hurt once and doesn’t intend to repeat the experience so keeps her heart at a safe distance from any man.
Aiden knows he’ll have to work hard to win her trust and her heart, but just when he seems to be breaking down Jen’s defences life throws a curve ball no one was expecting.
Aiden’s TORN between doing what’s right and doing what makes him happy.
Will he make the right choice?
Will he and Jen get their Happy Ever After ending?
TORN is an Erotic Romance with sexually explicit content.
***I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are 100% my own.***
When we meet Jen and Aiden, they have known each other for a little while. Their best friends are dating one another. Both of these two feel a deep and instant attraction, but the timing was always off. Neither could be single at the same time. So, when it finally happens, they develop a good relationship. But what is a romance without some sort of drama, right? They definitely have their go with it.
I’ll be honest, I didn’t feel this book. I liked the characters ok, but it was just hard for me to get into the book. There were several points where I just wanted to smack everyone because no one said anything, everyone wanted to keep secrets and yet they all would stay butt-hurt over everything. This isn’t a BAD book, so don’t think that. It was an ok book, it just wasn’t my cup of tea. If everyone wrote books that only I would like, there would be a lot of people upset in this world.
Ms. George writes about the intimate details of a person’s life, so that their socio-economic status doesn’t really come into play. She writes simply about a man and a woman and their emotional connection. And while, I really wished I could have gotten into the book because the nice guy really does win in this one, I just couldn’t. But that’s not a problem with Ms. George’s writing. It’s just not a style I get into.
From a small child I’ve loved to lose myself in stories. I’m a firm believer that if heaven exists, it contains every novel ever written and has big squishy sofas to curl up on and read for all eternity.
My comedy play, The Magazine was performed at The Bush Theatre in London and my poetry has been published in several anthologies. However, what I really wanted to write were novels. With several unfinished manuscripts languishing in the depths of my computer’s hard drive, it was my discovery of erotic romance that led me to the realisation this is the genre I should be writing.
As English as they come, I couldn’t survive without tea. From Rachmaninov to Aerosmith my taste in music is best described as eclectic. And I make a mean chocolate cake.
I currently live in London, England, but dream of moving to the coast. A long held desire I really hope to fulfil one day.
I had an absolute blast writing, Beguiled and In Too Deep and hope you enjoy them, along with book 3 of the Frost Trilogy due to be released late summer 2015. I realise the colloquial dialogue and British idioms may be new to some readers, but Mia is English as am I and she speaks with a definite English voice – I couldn’t have written my feisty, intelligent, well-read heroine any other way. Maybe I should have included a glossary! LOL
My website address is: http://terrigeorge.co.uk/