Review: Sweet as Sin by J. T. Geissinger

Jul 29, 2015 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

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Review: Sweet as Sin by J. T. GeissingerSweet as Sin by J. T. Geissinger
Series: Bad Habit #1
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published by Montlake Romance on July 14, 2015
Pages: 371
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
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Inside a drop-dead sexy, hard-partying rock star lies a good heart...and a dark secret.

Twenty-something Kat Reid is loving life as an in-demand Hollywood makeup artist. She has absolutely no interest in rock 'n' roll, but in order to pay the mortgage, she agrees to work on the set of a rock video for the world-famous rockers known as Bad Habit...which brings her face-to-face with Nico Nyx, lead singer of Bad Habit and Adonis in the flesh.

However, the fiercely independent Kat isn't impressed by the hard-living, womanizing rock star. But when Nico's model girlfriend shows up to the set drunk and Kat is tapped to replace her as the video's sexy bride, her combustible chemistry with Nico suddenly threatens to consume the set. Nico feels it, too--and becomes determined to win Kat over, body and soul. Yet behind his rock god swagger, Nico hides a dark secret. Can he rock Kat's world forever, or will he just break her heart?


So What Did I Think Of Sweet as Sin by J. T. Geissinger?

Nico and Kat had a sizzling romance with much passion and chemistry it was really fun seeing them come together. There was multiple hard and dark issues that Nico and Kat faced, more then I was expecting but I enjoyed.

I enjoyed the opposites attract theme with Nico being this famous cocky rock star and Kat being a make up artist and the push and pull that happened between them, Kat didn’t make it easy for him. There was multiple challenges that they had had to face and I enjoyed their journey.

Nico was super bold and aggressive but in a good way, making me very curious at what he would do next in his strong perusal of Kat. It was cool because Kat defiantly held her own which made their relationship exciting.

I enjoyed the secondary characters, Kat’s best friends and Nico’s band members and security played pivotal rolls and really added to the story. Overall I enjoyed reading Sweet as Sin by J. T. Geissinger and look forward to reading more

4 Stars


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