Previously On RR posts are part of the “revival” project with content from 2012 up to 2015, previously seen on the reading-romances.com website that I lost. You can identify them by the image on the beginning of the post. I want to include the best of reviews, my favorite interviews and guest posts!
This review was previously posted on November 16, 2014! It’s the first book I read by Christina Lauren. Turns out they’re one of my favorite authors today! Enjoy!
One-night stands are supposed to be with someone convenient, or wickedly persuasive, or regrettable. They aren’t supposed to be with someone like him.
But after a crazy Vegas weekend celebrating her college graduation—and terrified of the future path she knows is a cop-out—Mia Holland makes the wildest decision of her life: follow Ansel Guillaume—her sweet, filthy fling—to France for the summer and just…play.
When feelings begin to develop behind the provocative roles they take on, and their temporary masquerade adventures begin to feel real, Mia will have to decide if she belongs in the life she left because it was all wrong, or in the strange new one that seems worlds away.
Real, intense, fulfilling.
My first impressions were that this would be an unrealistic story with characters falling in love at first sight, blindly. I could’t be more wrong.
It’s been a long time since I’ve read such fluid writing . The story moved forward at a good pace without slow points, and I was immersed, laughing, feeling anxious and emotionally connected. The intensity and sexual tension made the sex scenes realistic between Ansel and Mia, instead of gratuitus or uncalled for. Be ready for some naughty talking and sex all over the place – literally. And oh, french…so romantic!
I believe the authors delivered what the synopsis has proposed. Plus, the humor was amazing, and including their friendships was a great way to put their actions into context. I’ll absolutely read the Wild Seasons next books,and I was relieved to find a great ending without cliffhangers but curious enough to want to know more about the second characters.