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Review & Giveaway!! Where I Need to Be by Kimberly Knight
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Spencer Marshall was done moping. After catching her boyfriend cheating with his secretary, she decides to have a girl's weekend in Vegas with her best friend Ryan. Lady Luck must be looking out for Spencer, because that weekend will change her life forever. Despite what people say, not everything stays in Vegas.
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Have you ever seen someone and just felt an immediate attraction to them? You catch their eye and that moment takes your breath away because the heat is so intense? Total insta-lust?! Yeah well I have and it is freakin' HAWT! (12 years later and still going strong!). Spencer and Brandon experience the same thing when they see each other for the first time at the gym.
“OMFG, I have my very own Gideon Cross at the gym. Hot guy running on the treadmill next to me! :)”
But neither of them seem to be willing to make the first move. That all changes one weekend when Spencer and her bff/roommate Ryan decide to go to Vegas for a much needed girls weekend. It turns out, Brandon is there too. After a pretty hot dance at a club and then a game of cards, they finally move past their nervousness and begin seeing each other.
I will be first to admit the storyline is not as in depth as it could have been when it comes to the emotional aspect of Spence and Brandon's relationship. But that was okay with me because it seemed to work well here. What we do get is lots of the physical parts of said relationship. And let me just say, the smexy scenes between them are smokin' HAWT!
I didn't become emotionally vested in the characters but i was okay with that too.Do not get me wrong, you are able to see their relationship progress but it isn't heavy on the details or drama. So I think we get just enough to like the heroine/hero. I have a feeling that will change as the story progresses into the next book.
And that brings me to the only thing I didn't like about the story. The ending. I have become accustomed to these series books now as they seem to be the new norm. But I feel maybe it could have ended a little better. It was like we were in the middle of a chapter and it just stopped. It didn't bother me as much as would in some other nooks though. Again, i believe that has to do with no emotional connection to the characters. But that is my only complaint!
Nice debut by this author and I look forward to reading more of this series..