Saturday, 15 June 2019

Blog Tour & REVIEW ***Smoke by Gemma Weir***

Book: Smoke by Gemma Weir (#5 in the Archer's Creek Series)
Genre: Series-interconnected stand-alone contemporary MC Romance
I know women. I love them and they love me.
I don’t chase them; they line up and I pick out whichever takes my fancy.
Only now there’s her.
She’s unimpressed, disinterested. She’s different and I can’t look away.
I don’t understand her, but I need to make her look. I need to make her see me and then never look away again.
Sometimes the things that don’t come easily are the things that we should fight the hardest for, and with Riley I’m in for the fight of my life
I’ve been hurt and my heart’s still bruised.
I know who Smoke is. I’ve seen it all before, the arrogant ‘king of the world’ attitude.
So I’m mean, cold, and harsh because offense is the best defense when it comes to protecting myself.
Only what if he’s not who I think he is?
I don’t want to want him, but I just can’t help myself, and sometimes what we shouldn’t want is exactly what we need.
Review by: Melanie
(5 stars)
Riley gets contracted to a 2 month consultancy job in Houston, and after looking up an old school friend; Rosie, Park's Ol' Lady from the previous book, she arranges to meet up with her for a catch up. When Riley meets Park and Rosie however, they have brought Smoke along for the ride but as he's a "pretty boy who knows it" Riley is far from impressed as that's exactly what her ex was, and she does not want a repeat of that debacle. Smoke, not used to having girls not falling at his feet, is equally annoyed and confused at Riley's reaction to him, which is made even more annoying by the fact that he can't stop thinking about her. Will Riley be willing to put her reservations aside? Will there even be any point in trying to when she has to return home to New York in 2 months anyway?  

This was another good read from Gemma Weir. There wasn't any MC action and while I am usually a strong advocate of reading books in series order, like the last one I honestly don't think you have to read the other books to enjoy Smoke as there are no continuing storylines or dramas to ruin your enjoyment of any of them, I would just recommend you do as they are really good. I would have liked a little more to the Dan aspect of the story but other than that I really enjoyed this and give Smoke 5 stars.
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Meet the Author
Gemma Weir is a half crazed stay at home mom to three kids, one man child and a hell hound. She has lived in the midlands, in the UK her whole life and has wanted to write a book since she was a child. Gemma has a ridiculously dirty mind and loves her book boyfriends to be big, tattooed alpha males. She's a reader first and foremost and she loves her romance to come with a happy ending and lots of sexy sex.
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