Published by St. Martin's Griffin on February 2nd 2016
Genres: Chick Lit, Romance
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Previously published in the anthology, Hot Alphas, MisTaken is now available as a standalone novella!
Jaylene Kim is an independent woman who's never had a man tell her what to do. But when her smolderingly hot and mysterious neighbor introduces her to a few new rules in the bedroom, Jaylene must learn to relinquish control...if she is to run wild with passion...
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Book Review: 4 stars
This is a short and sexy story about Jay and the mysterious Noah. Jay is Andy and Lacy’s neighbor and she was one of the unfortunate victims of Andy’s attempts of matchmaking for Blake Donovan, the sexy and infuriating book boyfriend from Miss Match. Well, for the good fortune of Jay, the night she had that disaster of a date with Donovan, she went directly to Andy’s to complain about it, and she met the gorgeous, intelligent and complicated Noah, the new tenant of Andy’s building. I won’t tell you what happens after they meet, because this novella is too short to ruin you with details—or spoilers, that’s not my style, but I can tell you that one feminist can find exactly what she was sure she didn’t need in a very enigmatic and sexy dominant.
I enjoyed this book so much. It’s sexy, funny and very entertaining, though I was annoyed by Jay’s stubbornness, but Noah was her perfect match and knew how to control her a little—at least in bed, hahaha. I really love Laurelin and Kayti’s writing style, it’s well paced, well descripted and most of all, the characters are well developed. Overall, great novella. 100% recommended.
Funny Note: There was a moment in the book when Jay and Noah were having fun, and Noah said: “Why, Jaylene, are you objectifiying me?” and I could only see this in my head hahahha
Note: This book counts for my 2016 Book Challenge as the book that’s under 150 pages