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REVIEW : Burned Deep by Calista Fox

 
 

September 19, 2015

 

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Title : Burned Deep

Author : Calista Fox

Series : N/A

Release date: October 6th, 2015

Rating : 4 Stars

 

Blurb :  Dane captivated Ari from the first moment their eyes locked. Every second thereafter proved they were either fated for love…or devastation.It was a little scary how my body trembled and my breathing wouldn’t return to normal. But I couldn’t escape the intensity of our desire for each other–and how vibrant and alive he made me feel. Like I’d merely existed before. Gotten by. Now I was acutely aware of my surroundings. Of myself. Of him. Of every sensation blazing inside me…Ari DeMille has spent her life focusing on the details and planning down to the minute. Haunted by her parents’ ugly divorce, Ari believes the only way to prevent emotional scars is to always maintain control. But when the devastatingly handsome-and powerfully dominant-Dane Bax, her new boss, pushes Ari’s boundaries, she must learn to shatter the ties that bind her if she is to sate her newfound desires… But giving into insatiable lust comes with a price. Dane’s luxury hotel business is threatened by a consortium of dangerous men who threaten everything Ari holds close. And as the stakes are raised, Ari is treacherously close to losing all control of her life…and her heart.

 

Review : 

 

“Burned Deep” is one one of these books you just start reading whileyou are secretly crossing your thumbs, because you hope it will be as good at the end as it has been in the beginning. 
When I reveived this book as an ARC, I was very exited as the blurb sounds veeeery good!
Even if the story in general is othing totally new and unexpected, I enjoyed reading from the very first page! 
Because of all the emotions it´s easy to connect with the characters. Observing how the both main characters affect each other is awesome as it is really important for the pace of the story. 

All in all a very good book. A book you will enoy reading!

 

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