Thursday, 17 September 2015

Release day blitz and review - A Step Two Close by Jaimie Roberts

Title: A Step Two Close
Author: Jaimie Roberts
 Release Date: September 17, 2015


I used sex to help me forget.
To help me numb the pain.
Because for those few minutes of pleasure, I could shut it all off.
The reminders of all that I had lost. All that I had endured.
Of all that I saw die before my eyes.

I slept with a man I can’t get out of my head. It was supposed to be a one-time thing with no attachments and no commitments. No names were exchanged, no phone numbers swapped. And that was fine by me ... until I lay awake at night, dreaming about that man’s caress. Wanting and yearning to feel his touch once more.

But one day, my fantasies of seeing this man become an all-too-consuming, nightmarish reality. Suddenly, he is in my house, that cocky grin of his silently promising more to come.

And the reason being? His father is getting married to my mother. We are going to be family.

I am in the seven circles of hell. His look alone consumes my soul and makes me beg for more. He wants me and is determined to get me. I’m his obsession, and I’ve just become a slave to his infatuation ... to the games he likes to play. The games he knows will have me surrendering to his will.

But that’s not the only problem. That’s not the only reason I am living in my own personal hell.

The year before I met my soon-to-be step-brother, Hunter ... The year I made a decision that will ultimately end up destroying my very soul...

I lost my virginity to Hunter’s dad.

Warning: Contains scenes of emotional and physical abuse. Readers with sensitivity to such subjects are advised to proceed with caution.

Natalie's Review 

This book sucks you in from the very first page. Ayden is 19, since the death of her father when she was young her life has been far from easy. The saying "you never know what goes on behind closed doors" fits this book perfectly. on the outside Ayden has a perfect life. but when you delve deeper into the story you see that Ayden is far from perfect, her world is a sham and every year on her birthday she goes to a hotel to find someone to ease the pain of the loss, anger and blame she feels over the death of her father, as well as dealing with the physical and mental abuse she has suffered at the hands of her Mother.

When her mother announces that she has met someone named Mason, Ayden gets the suprise of her life when she finds that the man her mother is about to marry, is the man she met a year ago at the hotel, The man who took her virginity.

I lost my virginity to a man when I turned eighteen. And when I say a “man,” I mean a man. I wasn’t sure how old he was, but I was pretty sure he was twice my age. He was the most handsome and mature man I had ever seen, but he was also the sexiest.

Just when Ayden thinks things cannot get any worse in walks Mason's son and her heart drops from her chest when she sees that he is the guy she had a one night stand with the week previous and she has not stopped thinking about.

From here the story whizzes through at lightening pace. Ayden struggles to control her desires and feelings whenever Hunter is around, she knows no one can ever know that she has slept with both father and son but struggles to control the emotions he stirs in her.

“Everything. I need to forget the life I have and the person I am. Just for one night, I need to forget.” I looked up into those emerald eyes, which held me captive. “Can you be the one to help me forget?”

I could not put this book down, I love love love love love flove effing flove Hunter seriously he had my vajaja doing the fandango he is HOTTTTTTTT

This was my first Step brother book and it was fantastic

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Author Bio

Jaimie Roberts was born in London, but moved to Gibraltar in 2001. She is married with two sons, and in her spare time, she writes.

In June 2013, Jaimie published her first book, Take a Breath, with the second released in November 2013. With the reviews, Jaimie took time out to read and learn how to become a better writer. She gets tremendous enjoyment out of writing, and even more so from the feedback she receives.

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