Thursday, April 07, 2016

Book Review: Tame Me (J.L. Leslie)

Tame Me
by: J.L. Leslie

Genre: Romance, Adult
(contains some sexual content)

Wren Davis has always been the responsible one. The caretaker. She’s always put her life on hold for others. When she takes a job as Stellan Zane’s housekeeper, she does it to take care of her sister. Her own life can wait. Only she wasn’t expecting to find him so irresistible…
Stellan Zane is used to getting what he wants, when he wants. No woman gets to him. No woman really knows about him or his past. When he lets his little sister hire him a housekeeper, Wren Davis is not what he was expecting. And she’s his employee. Yet, she’s what he wants…
Unable to fight their attraction, the two embark on a relationship that’s supposed to be uncomplicated. Allowing Wren to have the carefree life she’s never had and Stellan to enjoy the type of relationship he always gets. But when exes interfere, the unexpected happens and things become complicated, can Wren tame Stellan…and will he allow her to?

This type of book is, and quite honestly will probably always be, one of my greatest weaknesses.  There is something about stories, where the good girl catches and "tames" (see what I did there) the bad boy, that never gets old.  With that being said, it doesn't matter how bad said bad boy is, or how innocent the good girl is, the story needs to flow and keep me interested.  Sooooo I guess you're probably wondering what I thought about Tame Me.

The main characters, Wren and Stellan were perfect for each other.  Wren will easily steal the heart of anyone who picks up the book.  She loves unconditionally and honestly doesn't expect anything in return.  Fate, (and an intrusive sister, Lennon) makes sure that Wren and Stellan cross paths, and their lives are forever changes.  The story was easy to follow, and kept me wanting more.  I also loved to find that Tame Me didn't end as a cliffhanger, and that the story of Stellan's brother will continue in book number two. 

I am so excited that Tame Me is part of a series (each book in the Zane series is a stand-alone), because one book simply wasn't enough.  Needless to say, a review of book 2, the story of Dylan and Riley, will happen!

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