I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Raw by Jo Davis
Series: Torn Between Two Lovers #1
Published by Penguin InterMix on October 15, 2013
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TORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS is a gripping and sexy romance trilogy with a unique twist: Our heroine needs your help to decide who wins her heart… RAW introduces this sizzling new series, in which two enticing men will vie for Anna’s heart—culminating in a choice that will be determined by reader vote!
Anna Claire is a prominent restaurateur, the toast of New York. She’s not one to let down her guard, but her new prep chef is gorgeous enough to cause her to break her own rules, and soon she’s tearing up the sheets with Grayson James. More than that, she’s falling in love.
Until she discovers that Grayson is no chef. He’s an FBI agent investigating a drug ring he suspects is using her restaurant. Anna is shattered to learn she was just part of his cover.
The case means everything to Gray, right until the moment he loses what matters the most—not his intended target, but Anna. Gray is devastated when the woman he loves learns of his betrayal. Especially with his greatest enemy all too eager to take advantage of her…
So, will you join #TeamGrayson or #TeamJoaquin? Make the informed choice: Don’t miss RISKY, available in November 2013.
OMG! I need novella #2. Like. Right. Now. Such a cliffhanger with this one. Boo 🙁
Ok. This being a novella of course it’s pretty short. Things move at a very fast pace.
I liked both Anna and Gray’s characters. I found them both to be interesting. I was happy when they acted upon their attraction for each other. I think together they make a good couple.
The sexual scenes are comparable to adult main stream. They were both well written and hot. Even though this first part of the overall story there was more than one sexual scene. 🙂
Overall, I liked the plot of this one and found the characters to be interesting. Jo Davis is one of my favorite authors. Her books draw me in and keep me turning page after page to see what will happen next. I highly recommend this one. I feel this will be a great mini-series.