Monday, March 07, 2016

Book Review: Undressed to the Nines (Jayden Hunter)

Undressed to the Nines
by: Jayden Hunter
Genre: Thriller

 A missing reporter believes that a congressman is involved in illegal military research.
A political fundraiser for a conservative politician leads to a late night encounter with the daughter of a major donor. Drew Stirling finds herself caught in an intrigue that pushes her to test the limits of her own character as she must decide who to trust, who to run from, and whether or not to break through her own self-imposed boundaries in the world of steam-punk porn, centerfolds, friendship, love, and sex.


So, we received a review request for Undressed to the Nines....and I almost rejected it.  In fact, another member of the blog had already sent the author a "rejected" email, when I just so happened to go back through all of our rejects to see if anything caught my eye.  Boy am I glad that I did.

The blurb/synopsis wasn't bad....beautiful girl caught up in some sort of illegal military research that leads to a reporter going missing and more than likely a little bit of political involvement/cover up.  I typically shy away from political pleasure reading, but throw in a little sex, love, and controversy and I was more than ready to start reading.

Drew Stirling's character was both sexy and fierce.  She knew what she wanted and walked a fine line between doing all of the things that would make her happy and trying to please her jackass of a father.  I truly felt as though I was right there beside her as she navigated her way through the twists and turns of this suspenseful roller coaster

Undressed to the Nines was brilliantly written.  I seriously found myself reading faster than usual, because I NEEDED to get to the next page to see what was about to happen.  I loved thinking that I had everything figured out, only to quickly learn that things really aren't always as they seem. 

Jayden Hunter provided the perfect amount of background information and mastered creating understandable alternating dialogue. He made sure to give his readers the necessary information to perfectly envision the characters, settings, and overall story.  


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