Review: Hit the Spot (Dirty Deeds #2) by J. Daniels

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Review: Hit the Spot (Dirty Deeds #2) by J. DanielsHit the Spot by J. Daniels
on December 6th 2016
Genres: Romance, Contemporary
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three-half-stars
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Is this love or just a game?

Tori Rivera thinks Jamie McCade is rude, arrogant, and worst of all . . . the sexiest man she's ever laid eyes on. His reputation as a player is almost as legendary as his surfing skills. No matter how her body heats up when he's around, she's determined not to be another meaningless hookup.

Jamie McCade always gets what he wants. The sickest wave. The hottest women. And Tori, with her long legs and smart mouth, is definitely the hottest one. He knows Tori wants him - hell, most women do - but she won't admit it. After months of chasing and one unforgettable kiss, it's time for Jamie to raise the stakes.

Jamie promises that soon Tori won't just want him in her bed, she'll be begging for it - and he might be right. Somehow he's found the spot in her heart that makes her open up like never before. But with all she knows about his past, can she really trust what's happening between them? Is Jamie playing for keeps or just playing to win?



Crista’s Review

3 ½ Stars!

Hit the Spot is a book that I couldn’t wait to read after finishing Four-Letter Word.  The chemistry between Jaime and Tori was so evident in the first book that I couldn’t wait to see it finally play out.  I have found that couples who fight the most sometimes have incredibly explosive chemistry in and out of bed.

Unfortunately, I found myself really put off by Jamie and his crude language and aggressive way of relating to Tori.  He came across as very immature, rude, and cocky.  Sometimes those types of heroes really work for me.  If the author is successful in getting them to soften a little bit, at least towards that heroine, I can be moved.  Jamie’s character never softened enough for me to care for him very much.

I did like Tori’s character.  She stood up to Jamie’s overbearing arrogant personality with an inner strength of her own.  She didn’t fall all over herself trying to get him to notice her.  On the contrary, Jamie noticed her all on his own!!

There was a bet in this book where Jamie and Tori both bet who could hold out longer from begging the other for sex.  This was a fun part of the book, as both participants were set on winning the bet and were desperately trying to get the other person to bend.  This set up some pretty amazing scenes between these characters.

Overall, this was a light and fun read that will pass a few hours with some moments of frustration, a few moments of laughs, and many hot-and-bothered moments!!  Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, it is better if you have read the first book in the series first.  If will give context to the animosity that exists between Tori and Jamie at the beginning of this book.

 

About J. Daniels

J. Daniels is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Sweet Addiction series, the Alabama Summer series, and the Dirty Deeds series.

She would rather bake than cook, she listens to music entirely too loud, and loves writing stories her children will never read. Her husband and children are her greatest loves, with cupcakes coming in at a close second.

J loves to read anything she can get her hands on, but her favorite stories involve alphas with a sweet side.

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