Tell Me You Want Me
"I can give you exactly what you're asking for, Janie, and I can give it to you all night long."
Their first kiss is impulsive, fun, a little wicked--everything Jane Elliot isn't looking for in a man--but desperately needs. Their second kiss is slow, deliberate, an instant connection--everything Austin Sinclair never had with a woman--and doesn't want.
Jane isn't the easy conquest Austin's used to. She's a stubborn-as-hell bookworm who's more interested in studying than dating. She needs a little--no--a lot of fun in her life, and Austin's just the guy who can give it to her. Too bad she thinks love should easy. Too bad Austin knows it isn't.
Everybody told her to stay away from the heartbreaker, but Jane knows there's more to Austin than full-body contact kisses and bad boy charm. All he ever promised her was a good time and wow, does he ever deliver....
I was asked by the author for a review of "Tell Me You Want Me", right from page one I knew this was going to be a great HEA.
I read this book within a few hours, yes honestly, I just couldn't put it down. After reading it, my first thought was that I was wishing my college days were this much fun. :). In the first part of the book, we get a glimpse of what kind of family life that Austin was raised in. His parents had divorced due to his father's philandering ways. Austin decided early on that he was never going to fall in love. He is the typical bad boy on campus, love 'em and leave 'em kind of guy. Well, until Jane enters his life.
Jane upbringing was rather sheltered and her concentration has been on study and soccer. Witnessing a "scene" in the women's locker room, has her decide that a little fun in her life wouldn't be so bad, so who else to show her what she is missing is bad boy himself, Austin.
Austin hadn't known love was possible without hurt until Jane challenged him and made him change his way of thinking. She healed his heart.
You will love the banter and the deliciously hot and steamy love scenes between these two. I also love the relationship between Austin, Jack, Sara and Jane. I think the friendship was heartwarming, having friends that will stand by you and be honest with you, even if the matter is hard to hear. I also loved that the author paired up Jack and Sara, kind of wish that this could have been played out more.
You don't want to miss the final confrontation between Austin and his Dad. Actually, you don't want to miss the entire book, it is fun and sexy. I also enjoyed the wrap up the author gave her readers with the epilogue, it was great to see what the future held for Austin and Jane, family and friends. :)
I received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. And don't miss out later this week, Amelia James will be appearing on FBL, she will talk about her book and will offer a Giveaway! So please come on back..