Sunset Reads: William & Cristina (A Sunset Reads Novel Book 1) by D.C. Triana (Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

William and Chrstina

Title: Sunset Reads: William & Cristina (A Sunset Reads Novel Book 1)

Author: D.C. Triana

Published Date: March 14th 2016

Genre: Romance

Rating:

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

Synopsis

Within the doors of Sunset Reads William Jameson has come home to take over his mother’s New York publishing house after her death. He’s ready to turn things around when an electrifying encounter with the company’s sexy bestselling author makes him change his priorities to more sensual plans. While his cruel stepfather has decided he wants control of the company, William tries to remain focused as images of soft brown eyes and sensual lips continue to keep him up at night.

Cristina Cruz suddenly finds herself with part ownership of Sunset Reads. Not only has the previous owner left her with part of the publishing house, but also at the mercy of her son William, the company’s handsome new CEO, who seems to be determined to drive her crazy. Not only is he annoyingly attractive, but his alluring blue eyes continue to send shivers down her spine. Working side by side with him becomes all the more torturous as his enticing looks and their heated encounters send her senses reeling.

***Contains some violence – Caution Advised***
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***Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier’s  Review***
This book captivated me from the first page. I enjoyed the plot and it flowed so well. Cristina is a wonderful character. Her fiery attitude reminds me of all the strong women I know and found her to be relatable. I love how she challenges William and at the same time learns to lean on him. William was refreshing. You can see he is strong and commanding, yet he also can be soft and protecting. He challenges Cristina as much as she does him. They are wonderful together.

So why only thee stars? There were a lot of spelling and grammatical errors throughout the book. There were a few places where I think one name was written when the author meant to write a different one.

Despite the errors, the book was a fun read and I recommend you try it yourself. I hope to read the next book by this author.

 

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