Monday, December 20, 2010

Review: Strokes by Ashlyn Chase and Dalton Diaz

Strokes by Ashlyn Chase and Dalton Diaz

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Book reviewer Darcy Dennison wants to wring her neighbor’s neck. That’s a crying shame considering how gorgeous the artist is, but she needs peace and quiet to get her work done. Models throwing fits in his apartment don’t help.

On a temporary work visa, Paolo Santori has little time to paint his nudes before returning to Italy to marry a woman he doesn’t love. Then Darcy bursts into his life. The solution to her noise complaints is simple—she’ll model his favorite subject while she works.

Making her glisten thrills them both, but falling in love could mean losing everything he’s ever known.

Hunter's Review

This is a very well written book that I enjoyed immensely. Paolo and Darcy were interesting likable characters who I rooted for. I liked the premise of the book and I was glad to see that Darcy was a strong, passionate woman comforatable with her own body and sexuality.

If I have any complaint, I would have liked more of a HEA instead of a HFN but I was still thrilled with the writing and maybe the authors will come back with more of these two? Maybe a reviewer can dream.

4 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Dalton Diaz said...

Thank you for the great review!


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