Review: Steele and Stone (Daring Hearts Series Book One), by Kay Phoenix Reply

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5 out of 5 Stars

Available For Purchase On:

Amazon     Wild Rose Press

Review:

This story reminds me of a romance story of opposites attract, and while they try to stay apart the romance grows. Loved the story line and the characters were well developed.  Parts of this story had me laughing out loud at the characters, and some how the author makes this story work so well it’s over far to soon.

Reviewed by Brave One

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.

Description:

Elle Thompson was raised in Denver. She paints. She hikes. She knows how to avoid cougar attacks.

The only cougars Michael Williams usually worries about are the ones that wear leopard print leggings on 5th Avenue.

But, when his acquisition firm sets its sights on Elle’s family business, his tidy life goes awry. As things unravel, so do all his preconceived notions of love and what makes a perfect partner.

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Excerpt:

Michael Williams was a soft city boy, and she was willing to bet he not only indulged in regular manicures but perhaps even enjoyed the occasional facial. She wondered whether he had rolled up his sleeves for fear of getting his expensive, white, designer dress shirt dirty with barbecue sauce. He probably wore designer underwear as well.

Boxers or briefs? Her gaze traveled south. Briefs, probably. Expensive white designer briefs. Tighty whities.

He was definitely not her type.

She smirked as her gaze traveled back up to his eyes. They were staring back into hers.

Caught red-handed! Her smirk faded and her cheeks reddened. She grabbed at a strand of hair to twirl in her fingers and pretended to be interested in a framed painting of a pig in an apron that was hung behind his left shoulder.

Something primal lurked below the surface of his gaze, and it drew her back in. It was as if she stared into the eyes of a caged animal set to pounce. Not one that had been born in a zoo, but one that had been captured in the wild and placed in captivity. Perhaps he hadn’t always been a city boy?

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About The Author:

Ms. Phoenix is a rare bird herself, a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. She belongs to Las Vegas Romance Writers and serves on the board.

Prior to writing, Kay was a Graphic Artist for fifteen years in the casino industry and holds degrees in both Graphic Arts and Psychology. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, camping and photography. Her art and photography are displayed in Las Vegas art galleries several times a year.

Kay writes in the contemporary and paranormal romance categories, as well as non-fiction articles.

Please visit her website at www.KayPhoenix.com

http://kayphoenix.blogspot.com/

https://twitter.com/KayPhoenix_

https://www.facebook.com/AuthorKayPhoenix/

https://www.facebook.com/KayPhoenixAuthor

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