Friday, January 30, 2015
ARC book review: Rock Solid by Samantha Hunter
eARC provided by publisher through Netgalley
Champion stock car driver Brody Palmer's bad-boy reputation has forced him into early retirement. What no one knows is that his "retirement" is actually a publicity stunt. All Brody has to do is clean up his act and settle down. Unfortunately, every single woman with a pulse is now gunning to become the new Mrs. Palmer.
Hannah Morgan needs to shake things up, and Brody is the best way to do just that. So they strike a deal—a fake relationship…with all of the sexy strings included! Brody gets his improved image, and Hannah gets a whole lot more of Brody's unpredictable wildness. Hot days, hotter nights—it's the perfect plan! Provided, of course, they don't do something to wreck it, like fall for each other…
Samantha Hunter is another new author for me. The cover caught my eye and then the blurb. I think a good cover is the best way to get a reader to take a look at what's on the inside. Racer Brody Palmer is a bad boy caught one to many times in naughty situations. Now he's out of racing for at least a year as he works on improving his image. His biggest sponsor is making him clean up his act and find someone to settle down with if possible. Hannah Morgan is tired of feeling like she is boring. After she is passed over for yet another promotion at work she throws caution out the window and quits. Now she is traveling and trying to work on a photo blog and work on her writing skills in hopes of putting a little excitement in her life and hopefully some money. When she sees Brody on the news she decides he could probably help her. They had a quick month long fling before and it was the only time she ever felt a little wreckless. Even though Brody tries to shake her off at first when he finds out she needs help he's all in and maybe they can help each other. Loved this one. Brody and Hannah are both in the middle of some big life changes and watching them try to sort through them was fun and exciting. If your looking for a fun evening of reading this is a great book to do that.
Find out more about Samantha Hunter and her books here www.samanthahunter.com