Three of Spades (Hamden #2) by W. Ferraro (Review By Shelby)

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**Review By Shelby From The Nerd Girl Page**

*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review*

Synopsis:
Dylan Cross is the type of man that enjoys everything female, and enjoy it he does, but always on his terms. However, his terms are pushed to their limit when Natalie Parker proposes an offer; teach her and her delectable little body, all about sex and desire.

There is one catch. He has to play the part of Natalie’s madly in love boyfriend for her dying mother. Dylan signs on, and finds that separating the two is harder than he thought. Natalie’s days of shyness and lack of confidence come to a quick close as she learns what her body craves and demands in the bedroom.

Soon, Dylan becomes the student as Natalie teaches him things he didn’t even know he wanted. Will Hamden’s notorious playboy, bachelor be able to keep calling the shots, or will he find that, he, himself, is just another player at the card game of life, as we all are?

My Review:

The first book in a series always holds a special place in the hearts of it’s readers. It’s where you meet the characters, learn about them, and bond with them. Second books can be great but rarely have the impact of the first. With that being said, that was not the case for me with this series. I really really liked the first book but I LOVED the second.

In the first book Three of Hearts, we are introduced to Dylan Cross and given small glimpses of the man his is, cocky and womanizing but a great friend. In Three of Spades, we are treated to a much more in depth look into the enigma that is Dylan Cross as this installment of the Hamden Series centers around him.

Dylan starts off this book in typical Dylan fashion. Cocky, arrogant, and loving the ladies. You soon learn that there is so much more to him than meets the eye. Not only is he breathtaking on the outside but he is equally as fantastic on the inside.

In Three of Spades, W. Ferraro treats her readers to some wonderful new characters. They are just as easy to love as the old characters. There is even some menacing plot twists mixed into this book that I thoroughly enjoyed. True to form, W. Ferraro had me laughing out loud and wiping my tears in all the right places.

This book is expertly written with a superb ending. I’m sad to say goodbye to Ce-Ce and Natalie and especially Dylan but excited to see what this wonderful author has in store for me next in book 3, Three of Diamonds.

 

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