Inspire Me: A Cranston Series Novella by Morgan Rayne – Review by Noelle, #NerdGirlNoelle

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Title: Inspire Me: A Cranston Series Novella

Author: Morgan Rayne

Published Date: 4/22/15

Genre: Erotic

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Willow Delaney knows sex…
For years, Willow’s romance novels have topped Must-Read and Best Seller’s lists the world over, but when her muse goes missing as her latest deadline draws near, Willow decides enough is enough. Determined to get her sexy back, she puts on a little red dress, tames her wild, curly hair, and walks into Cameo nightclub, hell bent on finding inspiration in the arms of a stranger.

Enter sexy nightclub owner Elias Rodriguez.
Recently divorced and ready to move on with his life, Elias is more than happy to give the goddess in red everything she desires. But after one night of passion, in which they share much more than just their bodies, Elias decides he wants more than just one night…he wants forever.

Does Willow have the courage to live the life she’s always writing about, or will this just be another chapter to delete and start over?

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Noelle, #NerdGirlNoelle Review***
 If you are looking for a quick yet steamy read, then pick up Inspire Me! Morgan Rayne did a fantastic job at setting up the characters with their point of views so even though it was a novella, you really felt that you got to know them each a little bit.
I loved Willow’s character, and loved the irony with her job of being an erotic romance author and her less than spectacular sex life.  Elias certainly helped her change that around! I think the two characters balanced each other out well.
The romantic scenes were short & well written, not overdone like you might read in other books. They definitely left me wanting more of Elias and Willow!
This was a novella stemming from her Cranston series, however, I read it as a stand-alone and I didn’t feel that anything was missing, the story stood out on it’s own apart from the rest of the series.Now that I’ve read this, you can bet I’m going to be picking up the rest of the Cranston series! If you have a free moment, definitely one-click this short and steamy read!

 

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