Monday, October 27, 2014

Review: Not In My Wildest Dreams by Isabelle Peterson

Publication Date: 2/27/2014
Series: Dream #2
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:
979... When eighteen-year old Jack Stevens is spotted in his rural Colorado town by a scout from a New York City modeling agency, his life is flipped upside down. With little more than his looks, he heads to New York with a dream he didn’t know he had. Jack has a rough start, but finds his feet and embarks on an exciting life as a male model in the 1980s living in Manhattan

2013... Thirty-four years later, a confirmed bachelor, and very successful, Jack is satisfied with his life, until he meets a breath of fresh air—Elizabeth Fairchild. Never in his wildest dreams did he think he’d find a love like he does with 'Beth.' It’s an instant connection.

Following wild dreams had worked for him in the past… Is this another wild dream he should follow?

WARNING: EROTIC ROMANCE... This book contains subject material of an adult nature intended for readers of 18 years old and older. In these pages you will find graphic language and sexual encounters that some readers might disagree with: regular sex, BDSM, oral, gay, and orgy. You’ve been warned. Happy reading! 

After making her decision in the last book, Jack knows he cannot just let her walk out of his life so easily. He embarks on a journey to get her back. She dominates his heart and he will NEVER let her out of his life after so many years of countless one night stands with women who can never live up to Elizabeth.

I absolutely loved the fact this book for the most part is from Jack’s point of view. The first half of the book details his back story of his rise to fame as a model as well as his path into BDSM. I really loved the insight of the life that created the man that is Jack Stevens. All we know about him in the first book, Ditching the Dream, is that he’s a very successful and famous model who know owns his own modeling agency. Well, that and his penchant for Elizabeth of course. This back story and his pursuit of Elizabeth made me fall in love with Jack’s character even more. You see him break down the walls around his heart and the honesty of his feelings for her flow freely and beautifully.

You do get a definitive decision about which man Elizabeth chooses at the end of this novel. I’m honestly glad that Peterson did not drag out her decision into a third book. I don’t know if my heart and emotions could have stood for another decision cliffhanger! All in all, this is yet again an amazing addition to this series that I highly recommend!

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