ARC Review: A Little Bit Like Desire

A Little Bit Like Desire by Brooke Blaine
Series: South Haven #2
Release Date: July 23, 2018
Genres: M/M romance
Rating: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟

What if you had everything in the world you wanted…except the man you never knew you needed?

Shaw Jennings, the seductive, enigmatic owner of Body Electric Tattoo works hard and plays even harder. He’s built a life he’s proud of, and though that doesn’t include a significant other, he’s got plenty of sexy men to keep his bed warm at night. None of them have ever made Shaw sit up and take notice for long, though. But that all changes when a famous rock star walks through his door.

Trent Knox had the world in the palm of his hand as the lead singer of TBD, one of the biggest rock bands in history…until the day he walked away. A getaway to South Haven Island seems like the perfect place for Trent to find himself again and reignite his passion for music. But what he never expects is to find his muse in a six-five, tatted-up badass whose sinful smile he can’t get out of his mind.

The only problem? Trent’s a notorious womanizer, and Shaw isn’t interested in being someone’s experiment—muse or otherwise. But in a town as small as this one, Shaw is finding it more and more difficult to keep the persistent rocker at arm’s length.

As the tension between them builds, maybe it’s time to finally give in and get carried away with something a little bit like…desire.

I adored the first book in this series, A Little Bit Like Love, it was a swoony second chance story. So I had really high expectations for this one. Book 2 of the South Haven series follows Shaw Jennings, a confident tattoo artist, and Trent Knox, the former lead singer of a famous rock band.

The romance between Shaw and Trent was electric. Their chemistry basically leaped off the pages. This story starts off with a bang and it doesn’t really let you go.

Their wasn’t any real drama, angst, or back and forth between the characters, which I appreciated. This just followed two characters, who were trying to make it work. Both Shaw and Trent were characters you could root for and fall in love with. They were honest with each, which I always love to see in romance stories.

I loved the scenes with Jackson and Lucas, and Sebastian of course. Sebastian’s book is next, and I cannot wait!

ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

four stars

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