Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Review: Worth It by SM Shade and CM Owens

What's the recipe to the ultimate disaster week?

Three unruly friends.
A wedding we shouldn't have been invited to.
Two unexpected romances.
A scoop of sexy.
And a double scoop of chaos.

Lydia is a good girl who is above revenge. Good thing she has us. No one cheats on our best friend and rides off into the sunset with his new bride.

What was supposed to happen? Unleash hell like two badasses. It was a simple plan, but we failed to anticipate a few things. A rogue prosthetic, an accidental exorcism, and dominatrix strippers willing to take things way too far, just to name a few.

What actually happened? As usual, nothing went as planned, especially when two sexy distractions popped into the mix. We were there to avenge our friend, not to get entangled with two cocky, arrogant men, who don’t like to hear the word no. I was sure we could resist.

I mean, it was only a week, right? What could happen in a week?

Not intrigued enough? There's totally a duck in this story.

Ah yeah. Now we have your undivided attention. Enjoy our chaos.

4 stars
Review by Jen Skewes

Worth It is the first book that I have read from either one of these authors.  I really enjoyed this book.  It was fun and sexy with laugh out loud moments and exactly what I needed.  These authors will take you on one wild ride, from the sexy moments, to the crazy antics that we see from these 3 woman, you will find yourself laughing right along with them. 

Worth It is the story of three close friends who have a wedding to attend, or crash depending on how you look at it.  Lydia is the more quiet and reserved one of the group.   About a year ago her boyfriend, Anderson broke her heart when he cheated on her.  And now a year later he is marrying the girl that he cheated on her with.  Lydia wants to go to his wedding to get some closure, her best friend Kasha, who is also Anderson’s step-sister, has no choice but to attend, and Henley is along for the ride and the moral support.  Kasha isn’t a fan of her step-brother for obvious reasons and while they are not there to break up the bride and the groom they have every intention of making their week  a very fun and unforgettable experience, and maybe ruining some moments along the way.  There is one thing however that they did not plan on and that was love.

Henley did not expect to come face to face with Davis, the man who she loved since she was 11 and who also broke her heart at the age of 18 when he just left, with no explanation.  But he is here now and he plans on showing Henley just how much he has missed her over the years.  Henley knows that they can never be anything more, so she gives into her desire to be with him and makes the best of their one-week together.  Until it comes to an end and they have to say goodbye.

Kasha finds herself in a little bit of a situation with Roman, her brother’s friend since they were younger.   While she knows who he is she doesn’t remember that much about him.   Roman for some reason is holding a grudge against her for something that she cannot remember doing.   They can push each other’s buttons like no one else can but there is no denying the attraction between them.  Kasha is the clumsy yet quirky friend of the group and despite her mishaps Hunt has no intention of leaving her alone.  He loves her crazy and wants more.  But they only have one week together and then they go back to their regular lives, separately. What will happen next?

The week is filled with fun times, mainly due to two crazy girls who love pulling pranks on people.  There are sexy times, and also some romance as well.  And then there is that moment that will surprise you and at the moment it all clicks.  I loved the way this book was written, which was in Henley and Kasha’s POV.   We get to see some heartfelt moments between three friends as well as family. We experience the fun and crazy week that they have and trust me you will laugh with the.  some of the situations that these girl found themselves in were just too funny.  I wouldn't say ti was over the top humor because it wasn't but at the same time I thin I would have liked less humor and more emotion and times in this book.  It just seemed every situation or encounter has some sort of crazy in it.  Which I loved, just want more.  This book is filled with laughs, funny times as well as romance.  Great job by these two authors.  

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