NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Kayla: The Wrong Gentleman by Tia Louise

I’m an all-or-nothing man—100 percent focused on whatever has my attention.

First it was serving my country in the Special Forces. Then it was building my business. Right now it’s the hot blonde at the bar who’s about to become another notch on my bedpost.

But women never keep my attention for more than a night.

Until I peel off Skylar Anderson’s clothes and her mask starts to crumble, showing me glimpses of the girl she’s hiding. She’s funny, sexy and vulnerable and throws me out of bed before I can catch my breath and suggest breakfast.

When I start my last undercover job on a yacht, turns out, she’s one of the crew. I try, but I can’t look away.

Her high ponytail shows off her kissable neck that tastes like summer.

Her short uniform reveals the killer legs that were wrapped around me last night.

And her provocative smile? I know what that mouth is capable of.

I want to explore her body, discover her secrets and sail off into the sunset with her.

I might want to go all in for Skylar, but she should stay away from me. I’ve got secrets of my own and they can only bring her trouble.


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About the Book

The Wrong Gentleman
by Tia Louise

n/a; standalone

Contemporary Romance


Publication Date
February 16, 2019

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Kayla’s Review

The Wrong Gentlemen wasn’t what I was expecting. The synopsis drew me in and had me one clicking real quick. I will say this wasn’t the story for me however. I found myself drawing away from the story and being tempted to skip. Towards the middle of the book I did skip a couple chapters just wanting to know how the story ended.

I think what had me turning off from the story was the too drawn out storyline. There were scenes that seemed as if they never ended. If you’re a fan of romance where the storyline is more focused on the details then this might be a story for you. I felt as if the storyline was dragged out to extend the word count but this is my own opinion. The characters were well developed but the scenes involving the characters held little excitement.  This read was a DNF (did not finish) for me.

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