From bestselling author Kelly Elliott comes the third book in her new series, the Austin Singles.
Morgan Barrett is off limits.
She's my best friend's sister and insists that she isn't interested in a relationship.
That didn't stop us from sharing one incredibly passionate night together. However, one night was not enough for either of us.
I want more.
She needs more.
When we give in to the temptation, something amazing happens. But can we keep the past from destroying the future we both desire?
Praise for Seduce Me:
'Nothing snags me like a second-chance romance, and Kelly Elliott delivered in this enemies-to-lovers second-chance romance that had me absolutely grinning and swooning from the sweetness and hotness. I loved it!' A.L. Jackson, New York Times bestselling author
Adored & SO Much More!
‘Adore Me’ is the third and final book in the Austin Singles Series, both something we were all excited for, and somewhat sad that this sweet series was coming to an end. Nevertheless, we forever have them to read and can fall in love with the characters as much as we want, as I know I’ll be re-reading this and the series more than once.
I’d just like to take a moment to thank Kelly once again for personally signing all three books from the series and sending them to me. I didn’t expect it and I’m most certainly forever thankful and grateful to her wondrous generosity. It’s been a pleasure to share your content and countdown to each release, and I will continue to do so with pride.
Now, on with the review. ‘Adore Me’ follows the story of Morgan Barett and Blake Green. Morgan Barett being the sister of Nash, whose story is followed in Book 2, Entice Me. Blake and Morgan aren’t strangers to one another, having met on several occasions where Nash was involved or a part of. Though the two had never had the need or chance to see one another outside of their mutual friendship/relationship with Nash. Until now.
Behind the scenes, the two have been harbouring hidden desires for one another for a number of years, never moving past them for the fear of Blake losing his friendship with Nash for desiring his younger sister, and Morgan fearing upsetting him for desiring his best friend. In other words, the two were at a stalemate.
There are many things to adore about this book, which you will find out once you read it for yourselves, though one thing that sticks out most to me is humour. Stories in which embed the element of humour throughout the book automatically appeal and rank highly to me, and this book comes with it in spades. You will often find yourself laughing, giggle-snorting and chuckling at the many quips, innuendos and misunderstandings dotted throughout. If humour, like me, is your thing, then this is the book for you. Though I would advise you start with ‘Seduce Me’ and ‘Entice Me’, just to get a better feel for the story and gain familiarity with the characters that this book focuses on.
As with all of the books that I have read from Kelly, you will find that you will identify with one or more of the characters, finding aspects of them that you can relate to. This was once more the case for myself and a reason why I love Kelly’s books as my favourite author. Realism. ‘Adore Me’, again like her other books, possesses so much realism unlike other books I read, that you almost feel like you’re watching the characters’ stories play out before your very eyes, as well as from time to time, feeling like you’re in their shoes as a silent observer. Gripping yet enticing.
If you want to read a story with two characters, and their friends and family, who deserve a happy ending more than anything else, then read the gripping roller-coaster that is ‘Adore Me’, and prepare for everything in between, it’ll be worth the ride!