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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Review - Coming Undone by Lauren Dane

Title: Coming Undone

Author: Lauren Dane

Publisher: Berkley Heat

Buy Coming Undone Here!

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Mickey

Brody Brown has always been responsible for others. After his parents’ death, he gave up a promising artistic career to care for his younger brother and sister. Now, with his siblings grown, Brody owns his own business, has a nice house, makes a nice living, and for the first time in years he’s on his own. Elise Sorenson has come to Seattle with her young daughter to find peace. After years as a world-famous ballerina—(and just as many years in a marriage-gone-bad)—she’s looking for neither love nor attention. But she finds both in the handsome, honest man who befriends her with no strings attached.

More than friends, Brody and Elise discover in each other what they need—wild, physical passion without commitment. But it’ll take a shadow from Elise’s past to make them look beyond what they need—to what they truly desire.

Lauren Dane is such an exceptional writer that reading her novels in sequential order is not a requirement however, I can guarantee that anyone who reads Coming Undone will want to read Laid Bare immediately, if they read the same book I did. Without giving the entire book away, Brody and Elise set the pages on fire their story is so hot! I loved the small glimpse of Brody we saw in Laid Bare, so having his own story seems a natural progression.

Brody is the ultimate Alpha male: tall, dark, handsome, tattooed and riding a bike, as a bonus he is also ultra sensitive. As we discover he needs all these qualities and more to deal with Elise; she is equally strong, but brings her own demons and issues to their budding relationship along with a six year old pint-sized bundle of fun and trouble named Rennie. Rennie is a wonderful bonus, surprise and treat for readers, further illustrating Ms. Dane's range in plot and character development. This is a great book, steamy, fun, charming, exciting and worth reading, you won't be disappointed!

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Thank you very much for this review. I'm thrilled and honored.



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