Tuesday, November 20, 2018

REVIEW: Do You Feel It Too by Nicola Rendell


 

Do You Feel It Too? By Nicola Rendell Release Date: November 20th


OUR REVIEW:
Do You Feel It Too? is funny, sexy, romantic, and a fantastic way to spend a chilly weekend—it’ll definitely warm you right up. The characters, Gabe and Lily, are so much fun to read. He’s just absolutely hilarious (chapter 29 will have you laughing until you cry) —the things he says and thinks just cracked me up—and the way he feels about Lily made me want to melt. And Lily and the General were also funny and just so sweet, really the perfect mate for Gabe. Also of note was the palpable sexual tension that seemed to throb off about 90% of the pages; the chemistry between these two was *fans self* hot hot hot. 

As with every single Nicola Rendell novel, I know that the minute I pick up her latest novel, I will: 

not want it to put it down, 
laugh until I cry, 
get all starry eyed at the romance, 
not want It to be over when the last page is finished. 

I try and fail to have a list of my top favorites of hers and it’s impossible—they all have her trademark humor, romance, and sexiness and yet they all have something very unique. You always know that when you pick up her novels you’ll be guaranteed a good time. 

Do You Feel It Too? will have you wanting to visit Savannah looking for ghosts, quirky locals, and delicious food and hoping to be swept off your feet just like Gabe and Lily were.


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BLURB A hot summer night is perfect for feeling your way in the dark…
For urban-legend hunter and television host Gabe Powers, it’s business—investigate the most notorious haunted places in Savannah. Then he meets his new sound engineer, a dewy Georgia peach who may just turn this gig into (im)pure pleasure. All it takes is one night for them to conjure floor-rattling, wall-banging moans…but they’re not from the ghosts.
Blame the rippling abs, the cocky swagger, the granite jawline, the whole muscle-bulging package, but Gabe is bringing out good-girl Lily Jameson’s dirty side. Damn her code-of-conduct contract—this isn’t just a molten-hot fling.
There’s just one kink in the relationship they’ve been avoiding: soon they’ll be going their separate ways. Lily’s home is in Savannah, and Gabe is a globe-trotter at heart. For them to be together, they’ll both have to upend their so-very-different worlds and face their fears in the process. And suddenly things don’t feel so Georgia peachy keen at all.

EXCERPT He wrapped his arms around me, sliding one hand up along the back of my neck to keep me close. Running his thumb down my cheek, he held my hair back from my face. The laughter and playfulness were gone. Now he was back where I’d seen him in the bedroom. Greedy and serious. His palm grasped my tush in a delightfully possessive way. “Ouija speaks the truth. I do want you. So bad.”
“Me too,” I whispered back, but then I realized how confusing that sounded. “I mean, I want you. Not I want—”
He kissed me to shut me up. His hands gripped my body, and his tongue swept mine aside. Straddling him on my knees on the sofa, I felt him hard underneath me. I tipped my hips into him, with nothing but my panties and his chinos between us. This kiss was different than the one in the bedroom earlier. This was like a slow drizzle of caramel all through me. Just as the room began to spin, and just as I started to reach for his belt, he broke us apart, pulling my head back slightly with his fingers knotted into my hair. He nudged my cheek with his nose and said, “I’m gonna take you upstairs, Lily. And rock your fucking world.”


About the Author Bestselling author Nicola Rendell loves writing naughty romantic comedies. After receiving a handful of degrees from a handful of places, she now works as a professor in New England. Nicola’s work has been featured in USA Today’s Happy Ever After and the Huffington Post. She loves to cook, sew, and play the piano. Her hobbies might make her sound like an old lady, but she’s totally okay with that. She is represented by Emily Sylvan Kim at the Prospect Agency.


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