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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Book Review: First Impressions by V. Kelly

About the Author

V. Kelly grew up in Reno, Nevada. 

She now lives in Oklahoma where her family takes up most of her time. Not to mention a full time job, she writes in her spare time to break of the insanity of it all. 
V. has always had the writing bug, but it wasn't until July 2, 2015, that her dream of becoming a published author finally came true. Writer of Contemporary romance, Erotic romantic comedies and everything in between, V's main focus is making people laugh.
If you love to laugh, smile, and have a good time while reading a book. 
Then V. Kelly is for you!

First Impressions
(To Be With You Series Book 1)

This is a NA book and is intended for 18+ readers. It contains adult language, sexual innuendos, adult humor and mild sexual encounters with situations that could be uncomfortable for some readers. Also if you have a soft spot for squirrels, you may or may not want to read this book . . . Please keep these warnings in mind, and I hope you enjoy. 

He spilled his drink . . . 
She hurled her insults . . . 

When Gabby Meyers and Trace Martin first met, it ended up being one horrible misunderstanding after another. Trace only wanted to get to know her; she thought he only wanted to get into her pants. Between Gabby’s trust issues and Trace’s uncanny ability to make a lousy first impression, their relationship was doomed from the start. 

Trace isn’t going to let one misunderstanding stand in the way of his heart. Determined to make her fall for him, Trace has to overcome a series of obstacles: a womanizing asshole who wants to add a notch in his bedpost; a crazy, overprotective father who wants Trace to participate in something called the “Man Test”; and a psycho one-night stand that won’t leave Gabby alone. 

His biggest obstacle, however, is the giant wall around Gabby’s heart.

Review 5 out of 5*****

V Kelly has done it again. This is the third book I've read from her and find each one hysterical. Trace and Gabby's verbal assaults and combacks were witty and flustered the other intensely. I couldn't stop laughing at their first interaction. This book played with my emotions well. It incited anger, hostility, laughter, happiness, and a little bit of shock. I loved it and look forward to reading the second book in the series.

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