REVIEW: Risky by Jo Davis

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Christy | 0 Comments

REVIEW: Risky by Jo DavisRisky by Jo Davis
Series: Torn Between Two Lovers #2
Published by Penguin InterMix on November 19, 2013
Pages: 80
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
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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…RISKY is the second novella in 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!

Still hurting badly from Grayson Sloan' s betrayal, Anna Claire meets Joaquin Delacruz—and she is completely won over by the wealthy and sophisticated casino mogul. Joaquin is like no one else she' s ever known—insanely sexy, passionate. . .and extremely dangerous.

Joaquin' s fortune is built on crime; but unlike Gray, he hides absolutely nothing from her. Soon she finds herself ensnared in the web of a powerful, magnetic man who can' t—and won' t—promise her forever.

But Joaquin is used to getting what he wants, and he wants Anna. He is even starting to dream of going legit and living a normal life, with Anna by his side. That is, if Anna's ex, the FBI agent who is his most hated enemy, doesn't get in his way. . .


My thoughts…

Risky starts up where Raw ended. If you read my review for Raw then you know it ended with a big cliffhanger. I’ve been eagerly waiting for this novella to be released.

When Joaquin and Anna meet for the first time the sparks fly. There’s an instant attraction that’s very strong between the two. I’m sort of conflicted about their relationship. This series involves a love triangle. I knew this going in, but when things started to happen between Joaquin and Anna I sort of felt like she was a slut jumping from one guy’s bed to the other so quickly. I just had mixed feeling about this. She’s well aware that Gray who’s her love interest in book one doesn’t like Joaquin. Gray portrays Joaquin as a very bad criminal who does very bad things. I know for the sake of the story things had to happen the way they did. I just wish things didn’t feel so rushed.

The smexy times are comparable to adult mainstream. They are well written and there’s more then one scene within this short novella.

Overall, I liked this one. It also ends with a big cliffhanger and I can’t wait to read the final novella in this series. I have a feeling it’s going to be epic and I can’t wait to see who Anna chooses as her lover. I really like Gray and hope that’s who she picks.

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