REVIEW: Accidentally On Purpose by L.D. Davis

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Title: Accidentally On Purpose

Series: Accidentally On Purpose, #1

Author: L.D. Davis

Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance (18+)

My Rating: School School School School

Synopsis

*This book is meant for readers over the age of 18 due to language and sexual content.*

 

Emmy thinks her boss Kyle Sterling of Sterling Corporations is a jerk.
So, she sleeps with him.
Emmy tries to put the mistake behind her, but then finds herself snowed in with Kyle. As the snow builds, so does the heat in the house between the two. The problem is that Kyle has a steady girlfriend that he is unwilling to break up with. Emmy cuts Kyle off and starts dating Luke. Even as their relationship takes off, Emmy is finding Kyle hard to shake. He is blatant in his feelings and desires for Emmy, putting her in an awkward situation. She tries hard to resist Kyle, but deep down inside Emmy’s motives are shady. When Emmy succumbs to her hidden feelings for Kyle without setting Luke free, devastating consequences ensue.
In addition to her two men, Emmy daydreams about doing violent things to her loud mouthed, opinionated mother.
With some humor and sarcasm, and of course, some tequila, Emmy’s world will flip upside down as she deals with the results of “accidentally on purpose” falling for two men at once.

 

Review

I can not tell you how many times I had tears in my eyes from laughing at some of the things said in this book. The sarcastic humor is right up my alley so I really enjoyed it. It also served to offset the sometimes dark drama going on in the story. The characters, writing style, and story line all wove together to make a great book.

There is actually a four way love story going on here and it gets mighty complicated. However it mostly focuses on Emmy torn between Kyle and Luke. I have to say that despite my best efforts I did not like Kyle. I wanted to shake Emmy at times for her decisions and really liked Luke. Both men are hot in their own right but where Kyle is a little more dark and brooding, Luke is more carefree and lighthearted.

As I was reading I was a bit frustrated at times by the vagueness of certain scenes but as I progressed through the story it made sense. It was a really interesting style of writing for a romance novel. I usually see it in mystery or suspense books but this totally worked and gave me one more reason to keep reading with anticipation as to what would happen next. The characters were written well but mostly focused on the 3 main characters. This was a dark and dramatic story at times but had plenty of light moments and with a good story line it is well worth the read. I give it a solid 4 out of 5 book!

 

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Author Info

L.D. Davis is the New York Times Bestselling author of the novel Accidentally On Purpose and the novella Pieces of Rhys. L.D. began writing at a very young age with consistent support from teachers and friends. When she was only thirteen years old, she wrote her first romantic novella. A few years later at the age of nineteen, she completed another. Always writing, but never attempting to publish, L.D. left many projects unfinished over the years, but when she was thirty-four years old, she self-published her first full-length novel, Accidentally On Purpose. L.D. is currently working on two more books to go along with Accidentally On Purpose, two more projects to go along with Pieces Of Rhys, and several other novels.

L.D. has a serious addiction to reading, especially contemporary romance novels. She also loves the work of Dean Koontz, Janet Evanovich and classics like Lord Of The Rings and Jane Austen’s novels. She lives in a small East Coast town with her five children and husband.

Author Social Medial Links:

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Posted on September 16, 2013, in Adult, Contemporary, Romance and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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