HIT THE SPOT (Dirty Deeds #2)
By J. Daniels
Is this love or just a game?
Tori Rivera thinks Jamie McCade is rude, arrogant, and worst of all . . . the sexiest man she’s ever laid eyes on. His reputation as a player is almost as legendary as his surfing skills. No matter how her body heats up when he’s around, she’s determined not to be another meaningless hookup.
Jamie McCade always gets what he wants. The sickest wave. The hottest women. And Tori, with her long legs and smart mouth, is definitely the hottest one. He knows Tori wants him-hell, most women do-but she won’t admit it. After months of chasing and one unforgettable kiss, it’s time for Jamie to raise the stakes.
Jamie promises that soon Tori won’t just want him in her bed, she’ll be begging for it-and he might be right. Somehow he’s found the spot in her heart that makes her open up like never before. But with all she knows about his past, can she really trust what’s happening between them? Is Jamie playing for keeps or just playing to win?
This book can be read as a stand-alone.
Book 1–Four Letter Word
About the Author:
J. Daniels is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Sweet Addiction series, the Alabama Summer series, and the Dirty Deeds series.
She would rather bake than cook, she listens to music entirely too loud, and loves writing stories her children will never read. Her husband and children are her greatest loves, with cupcakes coming in at a close second.
J grew up in Baltimore and resides in Maryland with her family.
I had been wanting to read a book by J. Daniels for quite some time now and I finally got around to it, yay! I won’t deny the fact that this makes me very happy. With that being said, I’m usually the kind of person who likes to start with the bad news first and end on a good note. Luckily, there were only 2 minor things about this book that sort of bugged me. First off, I feel like the book started too fast. From the very beginning, Jamie was already obsessed with Tori and while I’m not opposed to love at first sight (or lust at first sight), I would’ve liked a little more information about how this happened or some kind of introduction to it. I will say that I did get over it rather quickly once I decided to just accept it as a given. The other thing that I didn’t like was the way Jamie spoke, mostly the fact that he never used pronouns at the beginning of a sentence. I know this sounds silly but for some reason, it kept totally throwing me off. I found myself re-reading his sentences all the time and it got annoying. But as I said before, these are both minor things and perhaps most readers won’t even have the same issues I had.
As far as the story and the characters go, I have no complaints there. I really enjoyed Jamie and Tori’s interactions and I think they were both great characters. The story flowed perfectly well and was sexy and entertaining. I definitely will be reading more books by this author.
4 out of 5 stars