Eastern Shore Swingers Books 1-3 by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will swing you around in circles. This is a great boxed set that you need in your life.
Fisher of Men by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will swing you round. This is the first book in the Fisher of Men series, and what a series, I did this one backwards and read the other books first then came back to the beginning, so I knew what to expect, hot, heavy and full of steam. What would you do if the man you fell in love with was the opposite of everything you have been led to believe, this one will have you wondering what choice would you make, would you have a hot a life if you did? Leah overall is a great character, but she did lack something, but where she meets Cap and them together, that is just pure magic, the chemistry is off the charts hot. This series starts with a bang and just gets better. I think this series may just be my favourite by this author, and this is a very strong story in the series.
The Catch by Phoebe Alexander is a five-star read. Paisley Parker is my hero, she’s a Sassy, Voluptuous, lady who rocks her bigger body with a confidence that would put most supermodels to shame. After working burlesque dancing and event planning for a few years in New York City she decides to move away to Ocean City, Maryland to become manager extraordinaire at a member only lifestyle club called The Factory. Paisley may rock her body with confidence, and that confidence is shown in her work, she makes it look easy. But she doesn’t have a lot of confidence in herself as a person, she has sworn of relationships and claims to be a lifestyle unicorn for life. This stands even when she has to find someone to create a website for the factory, as she’s not interested in a relationship is she? After her past she can’t be blamed for not wanting one.
Step in Calvin Mitchell, after getting a bad vibe from the first company Paisley meets about creating a website, she walks into Calvin’s office and immediately knows he’s the one, she gets that good feeling, despite the fact there is only him. He runs his own business and doesn’t bat an eyelash when Paisley explains what the Factory is. He agrees to get some ideas together and suggests they meet he suggests a business dinner, kind of like a business lunch except later in the day to discuss the options as he has come up with three mock ups. He knows a little about the lifestyle but isn’t into it, he’s a relationship man and a real one-woman man.
The Factory is run by an amazing threesome, Husband and wife team Cap and Leah Sheldon, and Paisleys personal mentor Casey Fontaine. Its classy and popular place that looks a little ruff on the outside but once you step through those doors, it’s like stepping into a different world, as bright colours and industrial steampunk meet in a lifestyle members dream. It’s a great place to set the book, it explains the lingo in a manner that you don’t feel is being dumbed down for readers like me who don’t know much about the lifestyle, But aint lifestyle virgins. Phoebe Alexander is a great writer who writes with a passion that, so few can manage.
Siren Call by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will call to you. This is book three in the series and I have read the others first and have loved the series, this is my favourite book by this author, and I had major book hang over after the second book in the series so that shows how good this one is. I will say do not read this book if you aren’t a mature reader and if you are easily offended or prudish. This author writes sex in a way that melts off the page, she writes grown up words that will make you blush, few people can write in such a graphic manner and still be something that you can sink your teeth into and not roll your eyes at.
Sirena and Jesse are a great pairing despite the age difference, it was nice seeing the differences and how they overcome them, as well as the other things they overcome, like keeping it professional, (something that is so much harder than you can ever imagine). This author has a great way of describing the story to you, it’s not too much there is details but nothing that goes to the extreme that you are bored, enough to grip and keep you gripped.
Review by @saraoxo