Emmy Clarke is no quitter. Toughened by her experience working for fashion heavyweight Fiona Stone, Emmy has come a long way from her country girl roots, embracing her fast-paced and unpredictable life in New York City.
Though that life comes with more than a few complications.
First there’s the mystery of Fiona’s pregnancy, which may or may not involve Emmy’s boyfriend, superstar male model Ben Shaw. Emmy has always known that Ben comes with more baggage than she can handle—and not the Louis Vuitton kind. Yet Ben is the only man who has ever loved Emmy for who she is, and she wants nothing more than to do the same for him, even if it means forgiving his past and overlooking their wildly different lifestyles.
But when a shocking secret from Ben’s past comes to light, unraveling all of their progress, Emmy must decide if their relationship is worth the fight, or if it’s time to ignore her passion for him and let go.
So I am not doing a blog tour but must write about Ben in this latest book, Craving Him. I absolutely loved Working It. Who wouldn't want a hot model pawing all other you. So the moment I heard this book was out, I clicked a Amazon Buy now button.
Kendall Ryan as always lived up to my expectations. You feel for both characters Emmy and Ben. Such a hard place to be in with all his past always being thrown in Emmy's face.
Let me discuss my hatred for Fiona. She is a certified trifling slore. She is in my top 10 most hated characters. How could you dislike Emmy?!
Ben...oh Ben. What can I say? He is so loveable but you want to slap him for the things that happened in his past. So conflicted! But he is one of the best dirty talkers I have read. Official a book boyfriend of mine.
I don't have to write much about Emmy. Except I feel for ya girl.
Thank You Kendall for giving me another read that leaves me blushing. I can't imagine if my husband got ahold of the book. As he says, book porn. :-)
I give the book a 4.5 out of 5. Well Done!
For all of you that have not read the first book, Working it, you have to. This book starts right from the end of Working it.