"Gena Showalter has another hit on her hands!"
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted November 16, 2015
Romance Erotica Sensual | Romance Contemporary
THE HARDER YOU FALL is book three in the Original Heartbreakers
by Gena Showalter. Coming back to Strawberry Valley, Oklahoma is always a
treat but it's especially fun when you have a hero and heroine who absolutely
despise each other but also cannot deny the chemistry they have whenever
they are together.
Lincoln West and Jessie Kay Dillon have this combustible energy that is
evident from the very first page. As much as they like to nag and insult each
other, beneath that is a thread of electricity that threatens to ignite into a full-
blown inferno. I've always known that Showalter
possessed the ability to create fun and flirty romances, but I think she really
displays it with this book. Both Jessie Kay and West have such great big
personalities and flaws and instead of hiding those imperfections and not-
so-glamorous pasts, she puts it on the table and makes her characters deal
with what's in front of them. In turn, this just makes her characters all the
more compelling and stronger by the end of THE HARDER YOU FALL.
I enjoyed the flirty banter and Showalter's style of heroines. They are always
so fun and entertaining despite all the problems that they may be
experiencing. It's something that you can take away from the book and
impose on your own life -- that constant upbeat and hopeful outlook on life --
because if these characters can find happiness after what they been through,
you can too. So I applaud Showalter for adding that inspirational touch to
Gena Showalter has another hit on her hands. THE HARDER YOU FALL is a
great addition to the Original Heartbreakers series. Fans of Jill Shalvis
surely find this series fun and charming.
From New York Times bestselling author Gena
Showalter comes another scorching Original Heartbreakers
tale featuring an aloof bad boy and the rowdy Southern
belle who rocks his worldâ€¦
Millionaire video-game creator Lincoln West has a dark and
tragic past. The sought-after bachelor lives by a rigid
schedule and a single ruleâ€”one relationship per year,
lasting no more than two months. No exceptions. When he gave
up the big city for a small town, he hoped to escape the
worst of his memoriesâ€”until a brash beauty dredges up
A reformed party girl, Jessie Kay Dillon is determined to
walk the straight and narrow. But her love-hate sizzle with
West is just too irresistible. They can't be near each other
without tearing off their clothes, but the last thing she
needs is to be his next two-month dump. Will she become the
one exception? Because as any former girl-gone-wild knows:
rules are made to be broken.
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