Sunday, January 11

Block by JA Huss

Grace @FilthyBlueBird

@VaughnAsher #YouAreCaredFor So the movie star says. But his idea of cared for isn't the same as mine. Obviously a #Douche.

MovieStar @VaughnAsher
@FilthyBlueBird #BehindTheScenesIsMyScene The Blue Bird has trust issues. And tantrum issues. And commitment issues.

Grace @FilthyBlueBird
@VaughnAsher #SaidTheKettleToThePot

MovieStar @VaughnAsher
@FilthyBlueBird #YouAreMine and I won't let you forget it.

Grace @FilthyBlueBird
@VaughnAsher #YouMustShitUnicorns that's how delusional your fairy tale is. #GetAGripOnReality I'm outtie.

MovieStar @VaughnAsher
@FilthyBlueBird You're an #Innie #Sweetheart :) My tongue licked all your #CuteLittleButtons.


Why is he so damn sexy? How will I ever get out from under Asher's thumb if I can't stop thinking about his tongue on my buttons? #HottiesNeedToPlayFair

So this is the part in the serial when things start to get serious. If the first two books were full of sexy fun, this novella screamed complications.

Vaughn Asher, being the Hollywood heartthrob he was, was hit with the scandal that he was going to be a father--with a fomer 'girlfriend.' This added more tension to the already-complicated almost-relationship that he had with Grace. But I loved how Graced continued to live her life despite everything that she was having (or not) with Vaughn. So she continued to be the busy career woman that she was. And then her work brought her to Las Vegas...where things get more complicated that they already were. Lemme just say that this had Hangover written all over it. Love, love, love.

With the new angles that were being introduced into the story, this story had now become bigger than just being about Asher and Grace. It was like it was finally taking on a life of its own. It was a good surprise. But most of all, we were given two cliffhangers to deal with at the end of this read. Because apparently one wasn't enough.

Shiznit, what did Vaughn do now?! Gimme part 4 now, please!

Final verdict: 7/10. Good read.

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