Sunday, March 3, 2013

Review: Three of Spades by W. Ferraro

Our 4 star review

Three of Spades by W. Ferraro is the second book in this series. I loved this book and loved the main characters, Dylan Cross and Natalie Parker.

Natalie Parker is a sweet, shy and reserved Kindergarten teacher who has been taking care of her sick mother.   Natalie doesn't care much about what she looks like or concerned with finding a boyfriend at this time in her life. Her main concern is her mother and her career, which she loves.  But her mother has been on her case lately, pushing her to find a man.  Her mother wants her to live a little and find someone to spend her life with, instead of spending her time taking care of her.  Wanting to try to please her mother, and get her off her back of course, she sets out to find herself a pretend boyfriend.  Someone that is willing to pretend,  for her mother's sake, top be in a relationship with her.  And at the same time teach her about sex and desire.  That someone is Dylan Cross.  When they accidentally bump into each other at a bar, she knows that he is the one to help her. 

Dylan Cross is a hot and sexy player who has no interest in a relationship.  He has had his share of woman but is not one to fall in love with any of them.  Natalie is not normally the type of girl that Dylan goes for.  She is shy, lacks confidence and isn't so concerned with how she looks.  She is your typical girl next door.  But there is something about her that has Dylan interested in her, especially when she makes him an offer he cannot refuse.  Dylan is not quite sure what he is getting himself into but has no problem accepting her proposal.  

I love Dylan and Natalie together.  All though what they have between them is strictly "business" so to speak, there is definitley chemistry between the two of them.  Dylan is very sexy but has a sweet side to him, and you will fall in love with him the minute he meets Natalie.   He plans on teaching her all there is to know about being sexy.  Natalie begins to have confidence in herself that she never had before, Dylan makes her feel sexy and wanted.  And at the same time Natalie makes Dylan feel things he has never felt before and he is not so sure what to do with those feelings.  Their relationship is sweet, flirty, fun and extremely hot and sexy.  They are both falling hard for each other, but Natalie has to wonder what will happen when their agreement is over?   Will Dylan still want her and does he have the same feelings for her?  

W. Ferraro has done such a wonderful job with this story and the characters.  Natalie is someone that most woman can relate to.  She is the quiet girl next store who has a big heart, doesn't see how sexy and beautiful she is.  What I love is how Dylan helped her to see that, she became confident in herself, with her appearance and her sexual side, she became the woman who managed to steal Dylan's heart.  There were a few twists and turns in the story that were unexpected and brought out the protective side of Dylan.  All though it was just a "pretend" relationship he wanted to protect Natalie and didn't want to see her hurt.  Dylan will definitely work his way into your heart, and have you fanning yourself at the same time.  W. Ferraro knows how to write a hot sex scene, trust me after reading this book you will be wishing you had  a 71' lime green Barracuda in your garage.  This story will draw you in from the beginning and you will feel the connection with the characters.  You will be rooting for Natalie and Dylan to find their happiness.  I loved that the characters from the first book, Three of Hearts, were in this book as well.  I love seeing the happily ever after continue into the next book in the series.  Another great job by W. Ferraro and I cannot wait for the next book in this series.

I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. Thanks for the post. Sounds like a book I need to read, so it's going on my TBRs.

  2. Thanks for the post. Sounds like a good book.


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