And upon reaching the end I wanted more despite the ending being perfect for the characters within the story.One of the things I like most about novels in general) was how real, flawed and entertaining the main character was .Alex is an introvert who spends more time imagining the life (and house) she wants rather than acting upon her dreams.
The hero and heroine were complete opposites in every way. I loved the weight that it gave their story and really enjoyed seeing them work through their hardships to find their way back to each other.
They’d met by chance online but had never seen each other in person but there was a catch — she thought he was his brother and he never bothered to correct her so when they finally met, she was shocked and understandably pissed. ” The man massaged his temple, making the muscles in his upper back move. All in all, this was a fantastically light-hearted and sexy love story about two people who couldn’t have been more opposite, who met by complete accident, and yet unexpectedly found that they were perfect for each other.
But then she meets a man on a dating site that makes her rethink her stance.
Twist is a story that isn’t all wit, humor and steam.
My starved libido was well beyond the rough-and-tumble stage. And here I thought nothing will ever beat her Stage Dive series. Because, Eric, the man she thought she was talking with, has no idea who she is. He’s sweet, supportive, hard working, and he knows exactly how to break down all of Alex’s walls.
No more hiding or denying, sticking to the sidelines of life. When it came to Joe Collins, I was more than ready to say yes. Well, move over Mal, because I have another blonde beast that I’m crushing on. As a matter of fact, just the thought of commitment gives her hives. And the man that she’s actually been spilling her guts to is his brother, Joe. He does it so unassumingly too, that she never sees it coming.
Alex Parks is not the kind of woman who acts spontaneously but after a few months of chatting to Eric online she decides to take a chance and surprise him at his bar. Eric has no idea who she is and it turns out that Alex has been confiding in Eric’s brother Joe under false pretences.
I can’t remember the last time I laughed so much or blushed so hard – is one of those books that once I started I didn’t want to put it down.
Twist is book two in the Dive Bar series (you can read my review of book one here) and handsome Joe has been a very, very bad boy. He was an ass and pretended to be his older brother Eric in an online relationship with Alex.
Poor Alex rolls into town, excited and happy at the chance of meeting Eric, the person she thinks she has this amazing connection.
Alex Parks is funny, friendly, and pretty much everything he’s been looking for in a woman. She’s never met him, but their email exchanges are more intimate then she’s ever been with any other.