Saturday, March 11, 2017

Review: Embody by S.E. Hall




Publication Date: January 29, 2017
Series: Full Circle #1
Rating: 5 Stars 








Official Blurb: I'm not "damaged." No horrible childhood or demons in my past I'm trying to outrun. In fact, my family is ideal — funny, supportive and filled with couples that all follow "our" golden rule: 

Find her. Protect her. Love only her, with everything you are, every day, for the rest of your life.

So why is it the mere thought of a monogamous relationship, more than one night with the same woman, sends me bolting in the other direction?

Because I hadn't met Bellamy Morgan yet.

When I do cross paths with her, everything starts to slowly make sense. Why men change overnight — suddenly blind to all women but her, happy to hold her purse and watch corny movies.

Just one problem — she's my little sister's best friend.



Review: Let’s start off with I love S.E. Hall’s books, but seriously this book takes the cake. It’s PERFECTION!!!! The main guy’s name is JT I knew right away I was going to LOVE him because my husband’s name is JT just kidding (maybe) but JT really is the total package. He’s a cave man alpha male that is also a total swoon worthy sweetheart. This book is also a huge BONUS for me because JT falls for his sister’s best friend (I love these kinds of books).

JT aka Jefferson Tate (totally swooning just over his name) first meets Bellamy in the woods during a party, and they are instantly attracted to each other. JT’s sister Brynn aka Bellamy’s BFF notices JT’s interest in her from the get go and warns him to stay away from her, but I honestly think it makes the attraction so much stronger. JT has never been the one to want to settle down, but there is something about Bellamy that makes him want to change. He promised Brynn he would stay away, but promises are sometimes meant to be broken right?

Words cannot describe how much I loved this book. I was consumed from start to finish. I don’t even think I moved until it was over. I was rooting for JT and Bellamy from the get go. Not only is this book funny at times, but there is some amazing chemistry and total swoon worthy moments throughout this book. I also adored the secondary characters as well and can’t wait to read more from this series. This is definitely at top read for me!





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