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Monday, May 16, 2011

Review: Lovin’ Blue by Zuri Day

Title: Lovin’ Blue

Author: Zuri Day

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

Buy Link: Buy Lovin’ Blue Here!

Rating: You Could Read

Reviewed by: Gabrielle


In her sexiest tale yet, Zuri Day delivers a tempting double-dare that breaks every rule...

Thanks to a stroke of bad luck, Eden Anderson’s childhood tormentor, Jansen McKnight, is now her temporary roommate. He’s also a badass, gun-toting cop who relishes a steak dinner. As a peace-loving vegetarian, there’s nothing Eden hates more than guns—and meat. And there’s nothing she’d love more than to deflate Jansen’s overblown ego. So when Jansen bets Eden that he can seduce her within two weeks, she can’t wait for him to lose. But as Eden learns more about the man beyond the badge, their teasing turns tantalizing. Soon, Eden starts to believe that opposites may indeed attract, and she can’t stop thinking about the man in blue…


She maybe all grown up but Eden hasn’t left her childhood behind. Once again Eden finds herself stuck with Jansen. He loved to torment her when they were children and it seems that even though he has grown up he still continues to torment Eden. When the two end up having to stay together the sparks fly and in the middle of all the fireworks there is a bet made. Can Jansen seduce Eden in two weeks just like he says he can or will he fall flat?

Lovin’ Blue is a cute romance. As the saying goes opposites attract. While Eden is a peace-loving vegetarian, Jansen is a meat eating and gun wielding police officer. No two people could be more different yet the two are attracted to each other right from the start. The two make a cute couple but after a misunderstanding Eden and Jansen break up. I liked Jansen he is a good man and it takes some time and a major problem for Eden to finally hear his side of the story but hear it she does and it may end up changing her mind about a lot of things.

Zuri Day writes a fast paced story with well-developed characters. This book has a few twists and turns and sneaky characters that I did not see coming. If you are looking for a fun romantic read than this book may be just what you are looking for. Not only do you get the romance and action but there is also humor as well making for a well-rounded story.

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