Thursday, December 8, 2016

Yours to Bare, by Jessica Hawkins is LIVE!

Yours To Bare by Jessica Hawkins
Released: December 8, 2016


No matter how cruel it’s been in the past, I’ve never been able to flip fate the bird. I’m a romantic at heart. So when fate drops a leather-bound journal at my feet, I know I should walk away.

I don't. I pick her up, bend her spine, spread her pages. From the first word, I’m a goner. The owner didn’t give me access to her most intimate desires, but I devour them anyway. Her private darkness, her candid, explicit poetry—it all goes down like warm milk. And from that point forward, I drink, eat, and sleep her.

I went to his apartment and let him take my picture. Just once, to see how it would feel. I’m not his to look at, to inspire, to touch, but when he watches me through his lens, it gives me a high I don’t want to come down from…

My journal is the one place I can be myself—as long as I can tie it up and put it away when I’m finished. But when Finn undoes the bow, he pulls strings that could unravel each of us.

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I have to admit. When I first read Slip of the Tongue, I wasn't necessarily a fan. I didn't like the heroine, and was confused about Finn and his actions. Well...I've changed my mind! 
This book focuses on Finn, and continues about a year after him and Sadie split. He's at a coffee shop, finds a journal, and is intrigued. He needs to meet the owner. 
The owner, Halston, is living a life that isn't her own. Controlled by her father and her boyfriend (chosen by dad), she's desperate to break free and find herself again. That's where Finn comes in. 

What starts as a way for him to photograph her and her to let herself become someone else turns into a smokin' hot connection. The two can't stay away from each other, and find their attraction is something they have to explore - for Finn to move on and find a new woman to call his own, and for Halston to find herself, and someone that accepts her with all her flaws. 

This one is MUCH better than Slip, as Halston is a more interesting character and Finn is just....Finn. Despite being the continuation of Finn's story from Slip, it can be read as a stand alone. 

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