Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Review: Sweet Vengeance by Nicole Morgan

Sweet Vengeance by Nicole Morgan

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Adam Collins is just beginning to put his life back together when he meets Chelsea, his sweet and beautiful next door neighbor. As the two spend more time together, an attraction between them builds.

A nightmare from Adam’s past, that he thought was long ago dead and buried, comes back to life and places him and Chelsea in danger. Enlisting the help of two of his former Navy SEALs team members, Adam must find a way to keep them both safe.

As the danger mounts and passions ignite, one question will remain. Who will be left standing after Sweet Vengeance is served?

Wendy's Review

Sweet Vengeance is the third book in a series, and even though I haven't read the first two I had no trouble with reading and thoroughly enjoying this book.

Nicole brings her characters into light when Chelsea moved into the neighborhood to start over. The last thing she wanted was a relationship. It would be best not to go in deep in another bad one.

Adam had fought the terror of watching the woman who carried his child die when it should have been him. Adam never wanted another relationship he didn't think he deserved it because of the blame he carried with him over Ally's death. When the crazy neighbor comes to his door demanding he slow down, he felt an overwhelming desire of needing her in his bed, something he didn't want to feel but his body wasn't going to be denied.

The sexual tension started hard and fast. The two came together for very different reasons, Chelsea thought it was just sex and felt that she was falling in the trap like past relationships and for Adam it was just sex, his body needed a release and Chelsea was there. Adam couldn't or wouldn't face the truth but his body needed Chelsea for a release, but his soul was hers before he realized it.

This book has some interesting turns and I love reading every word. Reading each word was a like living in the pages and I couldn't wait to finish it to see how it turned out and was not disappointed. Until the end you are on edge and it was great. Nicole wrote the series so you can read them together or alone. Now I need to go back and read the others just to get to know the other Navy Seals. Love the seals! The pages are too hot to handle in this great read.

5 Tea Cups!

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