Thursday, July 24, 2014

Review - Roxie by Kimberly Dean

Title: Roxie by Kimberly Dean 
Publication Date: July 6th, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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It’s time for this identical triplet to meet her match.
Can a wild child ever really be tamed? Growing up in foster care has made Roxie Cannon tough and self-reliant, but being alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. She’s finally found her sisters. Is it time she met her match?
Roxie should be on top of the world. She’s formed bonds with identical sisters she never knew she had, and she’s buying the biker bar she’s managed for years. The feisty brunette has everything she’s ever wanted. Almost. Two things still elude her: answers to why her family was split apart and a man of her own to love. Seeing her sisters with their soulmates has made her aware she’s still the odd one out. Yet that all starts to change when a rough-and-tumble hottie from her past walks in The Ruckus’ door, wanting a second chance.
Billy knows trouble when he sees it, and Roxie is commotion in motion. They’ve always set sparks off one another. This time, he’s promised himself he won’t get burned. Yet things get serious when he learns of Roxie’s quest to find her parents. Can he save his hot-blooded lover from being hurt? Or will the wounded little girl inside her never trust him again?

I have received this book as part of a blog tour in exchange of an honest review.
I always enjoy a good contemporary romance and this book definitely kept me entertained. I haven’t read the other books in the series but Roxie definitely made me want to go back and read them.
I had a lot of fun reading about these well-written characters. Roxie, our main character, is strong and feisty and likeable at the same time. She knows what she wants and is not afraid to fight for it.
Billy knows Roxie can be trouble and all he wants is to avoid any kind of trouble. The attraction between the two of them is undeniable, though, and Billy soon finds out it’s not exactly easy to stay away from Roxie.
I thought the relationship between Roxie and Billy was well-written and the chemistry between them great.
All in all, Roxie is a fun and well-written book. The story kept me interested and entertained right from the beginning and it definitely made me want to read the other books in the series.
If you like contemporary romance, I think you might enjoy this book.

Rating:  Worth Your Time (4 Stars)

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