Aug 17, 2015

Wicked Sexy by Anne Marsh Review


Too sexy to resist?

Danielle Andrews was supposed to be on her honeymoon. Instead, she's back on Discovery Island licking her wounds and running for shelter when she sees Daeg Ross coming her way. Years ago, on this very beach, Dani started something with the special ops aviation rescue swimmer. But she refuses to be tempted by the wickedly hot military hunk again.

Daeg Ross is used to jumping into treacherous waters. But his feelings for relationship-shy Dani are a whole new type of risk. They are volatile—and irresistible. When their lives are threatened by the invading winds and endless rain of a tropical storm, Daeg and Dani are forced to take shelter and ride out a wild night. Together, will they sink…or swim?

Uniformly Hot! The few, the proud, the sexy as hell!


WOW! Was this book titled correctly, it is Wicked Sexy from the setting to the characters and it truly is uniform hotness!!!
So Dani hadn't seen Daeg in 10 years! After he walked away from her, once he gave Dani her first kiss. But a chance meeting on the beach reunites these star crossed lovers...but they don't come together with passion, at least not on Dani's side, cause she is one truly PO'ed women! Not only did is she on her Honeymoon BY HERSELF!!! But the man who set her on this path of failed romances is standing right in front of her looking sexy as ever!
Daeg has his own problems. Not only is Daeg injured from his last mission, but he lost one of his men and a good friend. But when he sees Dani again, all the passions from the past arise and he wants Dani again. This two are thrown together in a storm, but will Dani actually learn to trust him again? Or will he let her down.
Love this book, it truly is a modern day fairytale, with just as much hotness sprinkled on top, I can just about handle it.
All the characters in this book are fantastic! Dani and get a wee bit annoying with the stick up her backside, but hey, when you think about it, I would be overly cautious when it comes to putting my feeling back on the line for someone to possibly stomp all over it again,
The writing style was clear, smooth and not over fussy, I didn't feel bogged down by the military terms or get frustrated by the overused of acronyms.
This book scored a 9 out of 10 for me, there is so much deliciousness in this book, how could I not!

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