Hoje temos a resenha de Hot Winter Nights da autora Jill Shalvis. Leia abaixo nossa resenha e um trechinho da história. Boa leitura!
Read bellow our review of Hot Winter Nights by Jill Shalvis and a little excerpt. Enjoy!
|Que livro fofo!! Mesmo sendo estranho ler livros de Natal/frio com o calor que está aqui por ser Primavera, eu adoro livros focados nas comemorações de final de ano. Toda a parte focada em família, amigos e celebrações, me fazem curtir ainda mais. Hot Winter Nights não foi uma exceção. Lucas e Molly formam um lindo casal e foi delicioso acompanhar eles se apaixonarem. Lucas ganhou grandes pontos por sempre acreditar em Molly. Se você gosta de romances clássicos, vizinhas velhinhas e malucas e grandes amizades, esse livro é para você!||What a cute holiday book! At the same time it’s strange for me to read Winter books during the Spring/Summer, I love to read these holiday books with all the family vibe and cute scenes. Hot Winter Nights was no exception. Lucas e Molly were hot together and it was a blast to see they falling in love. I loved how Lucas believed in her skills and helped her in everything. If you want to read a classic romance, with elderly crazy elfs and a lot of friends and family, this book is a great option.|
“You’re staring at me funny,” he said.
Probably because she was confused over how badly she wanted him. Okay, not so suddenly, but still, denial had been her friend and now that friend had deserted her. “No, I’m not.”
“Yes, you are. You’re staring at me like …”
She turned her back on him and grimaced to herself, knowing exactly how she’d been staring at him. “Like I’m annoyed by your presence?” she asked.
“Like I’m dinner.”
She closed her eyes. “Oh, please,” she said on a low laugh. “I’ve slept with you now. Trust me, I don’t need a repeat.”
“So you keep saying.”
His voice sounded right in her ear now. He’d moved, shifting close enough that his chest nearly brushed the entire length of her spine. She could feel the heat of him and nearly moaned. Nearly. But she caught herself. It was just that his body heat was soaking into her and she found herself wanting to back into him. He smelled amazing and he was still dressed from his job, and that was a shocking turn on too. As was the sexy smirk she heard in his voice.
Which didn’t make any sense. From the time she’d come into her sexuality as a teenager, complete with all the baggage of her kidnapping still hanging over her head, she’d only ever felt comfortable when she was the one doing the charming and chasing. She’d dated guys here and there, all very different from her brother and men like Lucas. They’d been … beta. Not pushovers, but non-threatening. Nice and sweet. Emotionally available.
The exact opposite of Lucas.
But the truth was, no one had ever really invested in her, and she wasn’t sure Lucas was the investing type either. In fact, she was fairly positive he wasn’t, but it still felt a little bit like he was chasing her and she wasn’t at all certain what to do with that.
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About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jill Shalvis writes warm, funny, sexy contemporary romances and women’s fiction. An Amazon, BN & iBooks bestseller, she’s also a two-time RITA winner and has more than 10 million copies of her books sold worldwide.
Jill lives with her family in a small town in the Sierras full of quirky characters (Any resemblance to the quirky characters in her books is mostly coincidental). She does most of her writing on her deck surrounded by more animals than humans. Which is quite astonishing considering she’s a city girl who was plucked from the wilds of L.A. to the wilds of the Sierra’s. Most of her books come from a combination of hard work, cookies, and hot guy pics, and not necessarily in that order.
Jill often travels to reader weekends & conventions where she LOVES getting to meet and hang-out with readers. The only problem being she tends to get lost in her hotels. So if you ever see Jill Shalvis roaming the halls, someone please return her immediately.
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